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Religious Freedom to Serve Children with Disabilities

The case Loffman v. California Department of Education centers on a beautiful idea: Orthodox Jewish families with children with disabilities want to send their children to Orthodox Jewish schools that […]

The Black Church and Religious Freedom: A Discussion with Dr. Jacqueline Rivers

On September 28-29, 2023, Notre Dame Law School’s Religious Liberty Initiative hosted the Black Church & Religious Freedom Conference in partnership with the Seymour Institute for Black Church and Policy […]

Meditation on the Advent of Motherhood as a Call to Incarnational Justice

We are in a season of Advent, where we are invited to embrace the posture of waiting. An oft-cited theological short-hand for this orientation, particularly within neo-Kuyperian circles, is “now […]

Supreme Court Unanimously Upholds Religious Freedom For Foster Parents

Editor’s Note: this article originally appeared on Religion Unplugged and has been republished with permission. BY CHELSEA LANGSTON BOMBINO On Thursday, June 17, 2021, the Supreme Court of the United […]

Faith-Based Community Development in America’s Heartland: An Interview with Seven Baskets CEO Jeff Mansel

Seven Baskets is a faith-based nonprofit focused on community development in Columbus, Ohio whose mission is “to transform Ohio’s urban centers through dynamic partnerships with neighborhood schools and community involvement.” Seven Baskets embodies seven guiding principles for transformation in their work: neighborhood, presence, dignity, empowerment, holistic, team and faith-based. This vital, community-based ministry recently became a member of the 2019 Sacred Sector Community.

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