Columnist Heather Feeler reflects on a hike that crossed a few creeks, and what she learned from that journey about God, faith, and unexpected times like living in a pandemic.
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.
Crises have a way of exposing the best and the worst leaders. I believe there is one common trait present in all ineffective leaders: emotional insecurity. Stated simply, insecure leaders produce insecurity. They poison all that surrounds them.
Dwight McKissic shares an open letter to SBTS President Al Mohler and SBTS trustees requesting they remove honors on campus to the school's founders, including by renaming SBTS's undergraduate college and several buildings.
Alex Awad, pastor at East Jerusalem Baptist Church and a professor at Bethlehem Bible College, argues that U.S. evangelicals should oppose an expected move by Israel to annex part of the occupied Palestinian territories.
Daoud Kuttab, secretary of the Jordan Evangelical Council, argues that U.S. evangelicals should oppose an expected move by Israel to annex part of the occupied Palestinian territories.
Dwight McKissic responds to Al Mohler’s refusal to remove the names of enslavers from buildings on the campus of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. McKissic argues this isn’t just a cultural war but also spiritual warfare.
It goes without saying that we are experiencing very stress-filled and difficult-to-navigate circumstances. But before Christians today focus on answering practical ministry questions, perhaps we should clarify our identity as Christ followers by understanding how the first Christians viewed themselves.
As church goers, faith leaders, and Jesus-followers, we have had to navigate uncharted territory these last few months. The church questions for the second half of the year remain front and center as we seek to worship and serve together.