We have a long road ahead of us and the integrity of our faith is clearly at stake.
The fierce battle for control of Congress and the nation’s governorships has turned toward blatant and overtly racial attacks rarely seen since the civil rights era of the 1960s.
We must vote in the election against hatred, against lies, against the strategies, tactics, words, and policies of white nationalism.
Historically, the most autocratic leaders around the world feel compelled to prop up their legitimacy with falsehoods, changing the political narrative by lying about it.
The hope of Jesus' return overshadows the current atrocities of this world.
The systemic white strategy is to prevent America’s changing demography from changing America’s democracy.
Why should we care about resuscitating the term “evangelical”?
How will the church step up? How will we care for the survivors in our communities, in our pews, in our pulpits?
The administration is threatening the soul of this nation.
The best funeral services are not only about the past, but also about the future.
In a time when bipartisanship seems like a forgotten dream, it is important for us to find and celebrate cases of lawmakers coming together, regardless of party and ideology, to address the many real and immediate challenges we face as a country. Especially on issues of importance to the faith community, we should encourage bipartisan cooperation that seeks justice and mercy for families, communities, and those otherwise marginalized across our nation.
Donald Trump’s behavior in Helsinki was not just shameful and disastrous. It was also, on a deeper level, clarifying.
This past weekend, we saw an incredible outpouring of support for immigrants and asylum seekers to the U.S., with rallies and marches occurring across the country in response to the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy at the border and the consequent separation of thousands of children from their families.
We have a clear Christian mandate to ensure that society's most vulnerable can exercise the right to vote.
Donald Trump’s travel ban conflicts with our Christian faith, and we will oppose it as a matter of faith.
Trump claims his executive order has “solved the problem” of family separations. But it hasn’t.
In turbulent times such as these, it is time to be radically rooted as followers of Jesus before anything else.