The word for 2020 is disorder. Thankfully, writes columnist Terrell Carter, Psalm 93 reminds us that God’s power and authority rises above the disorder of our lives.
I normally like to see "Follower of Jesus" on someone's Twitter profile. Lately, however, I'm reluctant to scroll down for fear that this same follower has cussed out a politician on the social media platform or tweeted nasty things at a person they disagree with.
As the country is once again facing a reckoning on racial justice, perhaps the biggest obstacle to White Christians’ full participation in the movement for racial equality is an unshakable commitment to our own innocence.
Columnist Christopher Dixon admits feeling fatigue amide coronavirus, racial injustices, and more. But he also sees the importance of churches and Christians staying engaged and listening.
We are living in a historic moment. But will we record our memories for future generations to understand life and faith during coronavirus? Ken Satterfield offers suggestions on journaling during this pandemic.
With politics, relationships between family members, friends, and strangers will become more contentious, strained, and precarious. In this political season, is there Christian wisdom available for the survival of interpersonal relationships?