Countering the isms

The tree is glittering in the living room, gifts are wrapped perfectly underneath it, and stockings are sitting on the mantle stuffed with treats and toys. This appears to be the perfect picture of Christmas. But there’s something there which dictates the way we view...

Voting as an Act of Justice

This coming Tuesday, November 8th, is election day. Midterm elections typically see a much lower turnout than presidential elections and therefore it is imperative that more people show up at the polls. Additionally, as Christians, it is equally important to get out...

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

Fall is officially underway. The leaves are changing, the apples are ready to be picked, and wait a minute, Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner! With the holiday’s looming closer, and the holiday season starting earlier every year, it is important...

Housing Injustice: What is the Christian Duty?

On October 5th, BFJN will be holding our monthly uncomfortable conversation. This month, we have decided to shed light on the housing injustices we see in our nation, and in our backyard in Boston. My hope is that this blog will be an introduction to the issue at hand...