Unbound Team

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5 Ways to Rethink New Year’s Resolutions

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2020 has been some kind of year. We have experienced a pandemic, racial injustice, environmental disasters, massive amounts of death, and political unrest. So the new year, 2021, is a welcoming sight in the distance that many in our world are finding hope within. But as the pandemic rages, specifically

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6 Things To Do During The Election

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Today is the day. It is Election Day. Anxiety is up and the polarity of the country is at an all time high. We are also in a pandemic which adds to the stress of the moment. But today, we are called to express our voice and continue to fight

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4 Reasons Christians Should Vote

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Now more than ever the American people are heading to the polls to cast their votes for local, state, and federal elections. We are putting on our masks and going to voting polls. We are mailing in our mail-in ballots by the thousands. This election is important! Why? Because within

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6 Reasons Healthcare is a Christian Issue

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Healthcare is once again in the public eye with the confirmation hearings of Amy Comey Barrett to be seated on the United States Supreme Court. In the past, she has sided with many conservatives to denounce the Affordable Care Act which protects people with preexisting conditions and allows people

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8 Ways Ableism Shows Up in Religious Spaces

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The progressive church speaks to the role of inclusion as foundational; however, people who experience disabilities are often forgotten, ignored, and sidelined by the institution and ministries. This, along with countless other means, is an example of ableism – the discrimination and oppression against a person with a disability.

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5 Ways to Rethink Labor Day

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Labor Day is usually thought of as a time of rest, vacation, parties, and beaches. However, COVID has changed some of those plans, or at least should change those plans. Because of the pandemic, millions are out of work, creating a sense of insecurity for families and causing an economic

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World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

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Creation is crying. Weeping. Flooding tears as powerful as ever so strong hurricanes. Creation is crying. Screaming. Blazing fires that burn the California land. Creation is crying. Dying. Killings of Black and Brown and Indigenous people. Creation is crying. Creation is mourning. Grieving. Once clean air filled with toxin and

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7 Ways Christians Can Show Up For Racial Justice

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It is far past time that people of the Christian faith show up for racial justice in our country especially since many churches and religious institutions have perpetuated racist systems. Christianity is a faith of love and justice, not one that should be tied to nationalism, tyranny, or systems of

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