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Hamas and Islamic Jihad recently fired nearly 700 rockets from Gaza into Israel, aiming at civilian targets and killing four Israeli citizens. Such indiscriminate action does little to promote peace. […] Read More

Despite earlier gains made to desegregate schools, spurred by the Brown v. Board of Education ruling 65 years ago, many private Christian schools and even public schools have been resegregating our classrooms. […] Read More

June faced the judge to advocate for her friend, Miguel, who voluntarily returned to El Salvador. Her goal: Prevent his deportation “in absentia” so he might return one day. The judge said he was obligated to deport. And then … […] Read More

Pastoral leadership is often marked by deep loneliness, especially when ministers are passive about cultivating personal relationships. To thwart it, pastors must make a commitment to cultivating this part of their lives. […] Read More

June has spent the past two years befriending Miguel, who came to the U.S. in 2017 after a gang threatened to murder him in his home country, El Salvador. Today, she’s speaking up for Miguel in court. […] Read More

The way society and many of our churches are structured, connecting with generations outside of our own feels uncomfortable and decidedly not fun. However, we live better, more fulfilling lives when we are around each other. […] Read More

We’ll always have people who seek to exploit the fear of others to achieve their own agenda, but Scripture invites us to transform our fear of others to a love for others. […] Read More

In our social-media world, we’ve reached a point where it’s entirely acceptable to be negative about what others think, create, do or say, insulting and getting personal with them in our comments. Christians often are the culprits. […] Read More

White supremacy, nationalism and racism threaten many people of faith. Those of us undeniably privileged by our culture at birth must use that privilege to benefit those who do not move through the world as easily as we do. […] Read More

Much of our news is presented with some bias. Often, people cease listening to news networks to be informed, but to have their viewpoints validated. These recommendations will help you maintain healthy news-watching habits. […] Read More