"Patience is a Christian virtue, to be sure. But in the present mean-spirited and divisive political climate, and given the coming disaster on Jan. 20 that we have brought on ourselves, I want to say a good word for impatience," writes Will Willimon, professor of the practice of Christian ministry at Duke Divinity School and a retired United Methodist bishop.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke at the National Baptist Convention USA's 136th annual session at the Kansas City Convention Center.
Grace on the Margins: Even the most charismatic of prophets suffer uncertainty and burnout. In these moments, the prophetic community plays a critical role.
In a petition circulated online, Change.org minces no words: "NAACP: Hire the First Woman President in the NAACP's 104 year History."