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We often complain about public schools and how terribly they’re educating our children these days, continually suggesting one solution after another to improve scores and produce more well-rounded students ready for the real world. Unfortunately, these solutions include everything under …READ MORE
On February 12, 2015 occurred one of the most dramatic of the many atrocities committed by the Islamic State at the height of its power.
Kneeling in orange jump suits on the shores of the Mediterranean near the Libyan city …READ MORE
Have you ever had a “Joseph moment”? I had one the other day.
By Joseph, I’m referencing the biblical character—Abraham’s great-grandson—who was the second youngest of 12 brothers. Although favored by his father, he was hated by his brothers, who …READ MORE
“The church’s response to those who identify as transgender,” Andrew T. Walker writes, “must be, immediately and with integrity, ‘You are welcome here. You are loved here.’”
This position reflects the broad inclinations of contemporary evangelicals, who generally
…READ MOREYou [Lord] who have imbued us with unalienable rights that we may serve you in freedom … we ask your blessing upon us now. Conscious that unless you build the house those who build it labor in vain and unless
From the new church, which sits in the quiet countryside on this soft spring afternoon, the bells ring.
A bagpiper, a cardinal, a bishop, a platoon of priests, and several altar servers slowly walk up the hill from the old