I enjoy baseball, but cringe when I see the ongoing practice of tobacco used during games. Clearly, I’m not alone. The activists behind the website TobaccoFreeBaseball.org are out to do something about it. Through their petition at Change.org, you can be part of showing Major League Baseball that game time is no time for tobacco…

Jackie Chan RIP? Fortunately, the Twitter news was but one of a recent string of hoaxes regarding celebrity deaths. I’m sure Jackie Chan did not appreciate the thought of his demise, but the stunt has people thinking and talking about the inevitable end of each of our lives. When my own father passed away a…

Tony Hall and company announced yesterday an official hunger strike in response to what they see as immoral proposed budget cuts regarding world food programs, mosquito nets, and head start programs. Whether you agree with their plan or not, a hunger strike is certainly faith in action. In a word, convicting. I may not see…

Last Saturday, several potential Republican candidates gathered in Iowa to talk politics. No surprises here. I even enjoyed the focus on social issues, as I find faith and its implications a vital aspect of society. But one concerning takeaway from the event from my perspective was the growing attitude that God only supports one party.…

Dillon Burroughs
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Dillon Burroughs

DILLON BURROUGHS is an author, activist, and cofounder of Activist Faith. Dillon served in Haiti following the epic 2010 earthquake and has investigated modern slavery in the US and internationally. His books include "Undefending Christianity," "Not in My Town" (with Charles J. Powell), and "Thirst No More" (October 2011). Discover more at DillonBurroughs.org.

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