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...
Often the truth we know seems so contrary to what we feel, but there is a truth that makes us feel it.
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?
Last year, Toni Morrison published a book that not only offered incisive analysis of American literature, but taught me a couple lessons about parenting along the way.
As Christians, we have good reason to be hopeful, not just at the start of each new revolution around the sun, but with each rotation of the earth.
There is nothing too difficult for the Lord, not even the stubborn heart of self-pity.
How can the constantly changing "national conversation" help Christians live more faithfully in 2018?
How much is our conception of 'good community' tied to our consumer preferences?
The outcome of the special election for Alabama's Senate seat has ramifications for Evangelicals. Here are five thoughts along those lines.
In this sample from our Advent Devotional we explore what it means to abide in Christ.