“The past few days have really been hard.” I’ve heard some version of those well-meaning words several times in the … Continue reading The pursuit of justice requires more than we think.
We’re more connected than ever – technologically, and more disconnected than ever – relationally. How do proximity and relationship pave … Continue reading United: Hope and Healing in a divided world.
Over the last several weeks the enforcement of a zero-tolerance policy that separates children from their parents who are seeking … Continue reading Responding To Cultural Crises: A Better Way Forward
There is a peculiar sense of loss felt when we witness unspeakable tragedy such as the mass shooting that devastated … Continue reading As it is in Heaven
What started a year ago as a lone NFL player’s protest hit a fever pitch Sunday in large part because … Continue reading Anthems, Patriotism, Protests and a way forward
Necessary Disclaimer: I write this with fear and trepidation. Not because I worry about how people will react to it, … Continue reading Becoming a Redemptive Minority
While many Americans were getting ready for bed last night, the U.S. Military struck a Syrian airbase used to deploy … Continue reading The Great Challenge in Pursuing Justice (including the Syrian crisis)
Unless you have been living under a rock you have witnessed the Ray Rice/NFL saga that has pushed the cultural … Continue reading How will I protect my daughter from domestic violence?
Yesterday Ann Coulter, famous for her conservative political punditry, scathed Dr. Kent Brantly and others for doing mission work that … Continue reading Why Ann Coulter isn’t my voice for Christian mission and shouldn’t be yours either.
If you missed The Gospel and Race – Part 1, you can catch up HERE. One of the beautiful results … Continue reading The Gospel and Race – Part 2