A Theodicy-Oriented Salvation

Given a good and loving God, it ought not be possible that tragedies happen…and yet they do. What’s more is that these things happen with alarming frequency and regularity, each time mounting a stronger and stronger argument that God does...

/ April 23, 2018

The Preacher, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today marks 50 years since the assassintation of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His sermons still speak to us today and challenge us toward lives of justice, love, and peace.

/ April 4, 2018

Too Small for Selfish Ambition

James warns about the sinfulness of selfish ambition. A kingdom perspective may be the key to defeating this sinful attitude.

/ March 28, 2018

Lern Haw To Be A Mom

Parents need a theology of work-- even, and especially, stay-at-home moms.

/ March 15, 2018

A Kingdom of Jesus People

In this follow-up to "The Tale of Two Men", the story of the Jesus People is finished and the impact of the story is explored.

/ March 13, 2018

The Tale of Two Men

A retelling of the greatest story ever told focuses on two men at the center of the story: Adam and Jesus.

/ February 28, 2018

Who Are You?

Guest contributor Dalen Miller shares the difficulties he's faced and perspective he's gained as a biracial man in America.

/ February 22, 2018

Shame, Sh*tholes, Race and Grace

Shame is the terrible sense that one is somehow unworthy of "ehad". Perhaps understanding the link between shame and racism will help us to be less myopic about its instances see just how serious even micro-expressions of this stuff can...

/ February 20, 2018

The Truth that Makes Us Feel It

Often the truth we know seems so contrary to what we feel, but there is a truth that makes us feel it.

/ February 6, 2018

Kingdom Politics and DACA

The debate over DACA is boiling in Washington and has even led to a government shutdown. How does Kingdom politics inform the Christian position on DACA and the Dreamers?

/ February 1, 2018