The typical church member is simply too busy trying to live out their faith, feed their families, serve their their communities, and worship with their local church to engage with the controversies, movements, or “cause-of-the-week.”
“How do we respond with balanced, Christ-like thinking to these kind of stories?”
As disciples of Christ, we are something more than simply Americans. Our fealty to our Savior and His glory transcends any tribal, partisan, or national loyalty.
The victory of Donald Trump has stirred the widest range of emotions, ranging from euphoria to abject hopelessness, and Christians… Read more Where Do We Go From Here? (Four Things Christians Should NOT Do After This Election)
Praying always . . . and watching thereunto with all perseverance. Ephesians 6.18 A new pastor was visiting from house… Read more Ring and Run: Missing an Eternal God in Prayer
Apparently it’s true – Christians are the most religiously persecuted group in the world. So writes ethics professor Paul Valley… Read more I am a Nazarene
Prayer can get weird. Not because that’s how God intended it, but because we, being the way we are, can… Read more Weird Prayer Wednesdays