In Wisconsin, there's a network of people of faith and congregations who are working for stronger families, safer communities, and healthier lives.
Their bold plan – and the title of the petition Pastor Michael Mueller started on the Groundswell platform – is Shrink Wisconsin's Prison Population by 50%.
And next week – on Tuesday, February 12th – Pastor Mueller is delivering the petition to Governor Scott Walker himself. In his words:
As people of faith and moral calling, we can no longer tolerate our neighbors suffering after being imprisoned because of treatable mental health issues and substance abuse. We call on our representatives to help heal our communities with funding for treatment alternatives and diversions for our neighbors.
It's an uplifting and redemptive vision of giving people a second chance that could only come out of the faith community.
Pastor Mueller and the WISDOM network in Wisconsin are living a belief in the dignity and infinite worth of each and every human life – that we're all part of a sacred community, called to work for justice and liberation, to see the triumph of love and hope over fear.
We praise this transformative and powerful campaign in Wisconsin and hope you will support Pastor Mueller and people of faith in Wisconsin.
If we get enough signatures, we can get Secretary Ash to open a full investigation into the irresponsible business practices that would allow life-saving addiction recovery beds to be lost during an officially declared opiate overdose state of emergency.
When Carlos and Daniel had no other options for keeping their family together, a church in their hometown of Tucson, Arizona, stood in the gap. Rev. Alison Harrington and the congregation at Southside Presbyterian Church took emergency moral action and welcomed Daniel into the protection of Sanctuary.
Defrauded students are fighting back against a for-profit college that buried students in debt. The 'Corinthian 100' formed a debt strike, demanding that the Department of Education take action. Join them!
April 14th is “Better Together Day.” Celebrate by pledging to have just ONE conversation with someone of a different faith or tradition to learn about what they believe and why it inspires them.
This year, April 4th marks the first day of Passover, the Eve of Easter Sunday, and the anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. So we're hosting Freedom's Feast -- an interactive, interfaith seder.
We were moved to create this video because people who care about their organization’s communications kept coming to us asking how they could send compelling email like we do. So we made this video, summarizing what we know and we hope it’s useful for you.