For Those Wearied by Anti-Racism Work

Anti-racism work is difficult and painful. I pray these reflections from the book of Lamentations inspire you to press on in your call.

/ June 8, 2017

Sabbath as Activism: Undermining the Model Minority Myth

Asian Americans are often stereotyped as The Model Minority. The problem is that this stereotype is a destructive myth. It hurts all parties that are involved. The activism inherent in Sabbath is it's antidote.

/ June 2, 2017

Why Are We Hesitating? Thoughts About God’s Love

Many Reformed Christians are hesitating when it comes to experiencing and speaking of God's love. Why and what are we missing out on?

/ May 19, 2017

Good Doctrine Gone Bad

Do some responses to the death of unarmed black image bearers betray a misunderstanding of the doctrine of total depravity? Guest post from Kevin Garcia.

/ May 17, 2017

“…But a crushed spirit who can bear?”

Thoughts from Proverbs 18:14 during Mental Health Awareness Month.

/ May 12, 2017

Some Clarity and a Hope for More

An update on last week's article regarding Harry Reeder.

/ May 3, 2017

A Prayer for Clarity from a Minister of the Gospel

Harry Reeder, prominent minister and member of the WTS trustee board, has been connected to a neo-Confederate group. What is the nature of that connection?

/ April 26, 2017

The Legitimacy of Ethnic Churches in Multi-Ethnic Contexts

Three realities that point to the legitimacy of ethnic churches in multi-ethnic contexts.

/ April 18, 2017

What an Israeli Tour Guide Taught Me About Communion

The Westminster Confession of Faith tells us that Communion is a sign and seal of the Covenant of Grace. Here's how Judaism can inform our understanding of this sacrament.

/ April 13, 2017