Current Events

Standing on the Offensive Line

When you find yourself in a place of offense, your mind, heart, and spirit are more than likely unsettled. You may be figuring ways to justify yourself.

A Great Earthquake

What are the odds that an author of an ancient text that claims to get his “revelations” from a divine source wrote about an exact number of people that will be killed in some future terrible earthquake and it’s now in our current day that this is mentioned?

The Kingdom Without Isms

Our society has broken into warring political and collective camps. People are no longer identified as individuals but by beliefs and/or demographics. Group membership and identity are more important than individual actions.

John Crist is One of Us

The critical difference between Crist’s humor and other Christian jokes is that the former identifies as a member of the Christian Church.

Why Did God Let This Happen?

Can we trust that He is the God of Life, not the God of Destruction? Can we join Him in seeing that creation is good underneath the horrors of tragedy?

The Dead Sea Scrolls

As Christians, we are told to walk by faith and not by sight; however, this doesn’t mean we can’t find archaeological evidence in support of what’s written in the Bible.

The Grace Card

Extending grace is essential, but it does not mean that we skip holding people accountable for what they’ve done.

Star Struck

No matter who we are listening to or admiring from afar, our focus and greatest attention should be steadily on Him.

Superhero Parallels

Our culture proclaims, “You only save yourself,” but box-office statistics and God-spoken Scripture tell us otherwise. Despite our best efforts, we need a Savior.

What Is Justice Anyway?

How do we determine if something is just or unjust? We let God decide. There is no justice without the constant of God’s truth.

Black History: Why Talk About It?

The best way we can celebrate and honor Black History is to teach the next generation how to be like those who persevered. We must teach what’s possible now and in the future by reminding them of what’s been accomplished already.

A New York State of Despair

New York—and I am afraid the rest of us—will reap what we have sown in the area of abortion. I fear the consequences will not just be related to a lack of tax revenue. Part of the brilliance, ingenuity, creativity, and purpose of two generations now will never be realized.

Advocating Pro-Life on a Sidewalk

They stand determinedly outside the facility and wave to incoming drivers, praying for an opportunity to share loving, life-affirming alternatives to abortion.

Crosspoint of India Builds a Nation

Crosspoint of India is a nonprofit organization dedicated to planting fellowship, transforming communities, and raising up strong leaders for Jesus Christ. Their mission motto is “Changing hearts from the heart of India.”

A21’s Fierce Fight

A21 partners with like-minded global and local community members, otherwise known as ‘A-teams.’ These abolitionist teams are individuals who wish to informally but passionately partner with A21 and help fundraise, campaign, and educate.

MercyMe, They Had Quite a Year

While MercyMe stands with 24 years in the Christian music industry, their 2018 prosperity indicates the band’s inveterate success.

Remember and Give Thanks

Memorial Day and Thanksgiving can’t get much farther from each other on the calendar. On Memorial Day, we see flags and flowers, and on Thanksgiving, we get turkeys and family-filled dinner tables. But the two holidays are actually connected in a few important ways.