As a Christian, I feel a responsibility to care for the earth because it is a physical manifestation of God’s creativity, power, and inherent goodness. Allow me to elaborate.
It can often be daunting when faced with such widespread suffering to even know where to start. But God cares far more about these things than we ever could, and He is actively at work already.
Every time terror strikes, I struggle to move on. It doesn’t seem right to me that I get to go out shopping, enjoy dinner with friends...
Mother's Day should be a day of celebrating, of acknowledging, of recognizing, of affirming.This Mother's Day, perhaps more than any other, I am aware this day isn't just about all of that.
As I began to read through the stories condensed into their 140 character versions, I began to understand that all of us had just been waiting for a chance to share the things we have been told or the things that have happened to us
Mr. President, I implore you to consider each choice you make carefully, remembering that you are responsible for an entire country now.
As you might expect, Saturday really felt big. While it certainly was history in the making, for me, it felt like the pinnacle of a lot of personal and spiritual growth.
Here are three lessons from Daniel’s life that are very instructive for life under President-elect Trump.
We're a little sick of talking about the election. We'd rather do these things instead. Join us?
As we approach an era where facts and reason seem to have no place in the political process, where anyone can say anything they like, we have to be willing to fight for truth.
I think we as the church have done some serious damage to the world’s view of what the church is throughout this election.
I don’t have a lot to say, but maybe that’s what we need as this election season comes to its bitter end.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are just people. People who both believe they have what it takes to serve our country.
Before John, I had never had a friend that was in the LGBT+ community. Of course, that made it easy to demonize them. But, John kind of messed that up for me.
In the unpredictability of a natural disaster, God is sovereign and in control.
What we know about IV is this: it welcomed us, it saved us, it gave us a place to belong, and it changed our lives forever. Here are our stories.
If you watched even moments of the debate on Monday, you may be seething, reeling, accusing, or just plain drunk from all the shots you had to take when Trump said “huge”!
Log into Facebook. It’s quiet, isn’t it? Familiarly quiet. Just a month ago, social media was buzzing with article after status after meme, but things have died down since then.
As we remember September 11th as a nation, this year I feel something new – a sadness for the hatred that exists in our world.
Now that we’re reasonably removed from the newly-released, millennial-crazed, faddish phase of reliving our childhood via Pokémon Go, I think it’s a good time to discuss why this app is a good thing.