We are not executing the ‘worst of the worst,’ as some may believe, but the poorest of the poor, and disproportionately people of color. And a supposedly pro-life administration is rushing to execute more people with just two months left in office.
Pastor Jim McCaffrey shares of learning, at age 36, that he is one the autism spectrum. He explains how this helped him and his family make sense of his behaviors, and how it helped transform his ministry.
The “pro-life” label was once a moral call to arms, but it has become a mere political checkbox. Jonathan Merritt looks at the cultural history of the term “pro-life” and why it should mean more than anti-abortion.
Over the past six months, there has been a lot of attention paid to ventilators, personal protective equipment, and the scarcity of them. The lack of these resources certainly puts a community in danger. But we also can’t overlook an equally deadly problem: misinformation.
Private decisions almost always have public consequences, so we debate these questions online and in the public square. We lob our opinions at one another, convinced that our team has the right answers. In the middle of the chaos, I can’t help but wonder, Are we
Political disagreement among Christians is as old as the church itself, and I don’t expect us all to agree on every issue. But whether we are liberal or conservative, the continuity of democracy and peaceful transfer of power is safer than the alternative.
Max Lucado reflects on the news that Donald Trump has COVID-19 along with other concerns facing the country. Lucado urges that as we are processing the news that we should respond with faith and not fear.