A nation confronted by conscience

Bill Leonard

What does it mean and how do we sustain it?

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Jumping in, feet first

Amy Butler

Change is essential, but it won’t start without difficult conversations.

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Images of the Kingdom

Aileen Lawrimore

They may be “sinners saved by grace,” but they’re a picture of godliness.

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Sometimes it’s just a matter of showing up

Jayne Davis

There’s a spiritual practice in letting God be God in me and trusting that it will be enough.

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Why not a ‘pray-in?’

Molly T. Marshall

We aim to transform those things which appear “too broke to mend.”

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Thank God for music

Doyle Sager

We sing the Good News so that the rest of the world begins to sing along.

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Pastors, stop signing those marriage licenses

Kyle Henderson

It’s time for churches to reject societies’ view of marriage and reassert the high ideal of Scripture.

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Reinhold Niebuhr, Eric Garner and white privilege

David Gushee

What Reinhold Niebuhr’s stark realism teaches us about our current racial crisis.

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For what we are about to smoke …

John Chandler

The coming legalization of marijuana is both inevitable and absolutely catastrophic.

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The race talk

Starlette McNeill

Unless we have it, there will be another city, victim, debate and comparison to be made.

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Advent: Jesus’ DNA?

Bill Leonard

Once more, that divine-human dilemma.

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Sigh. It’s that time of year again.

Amy Butler

But what if stewardship wasn’t a season and giving was just a way of life?

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The hope button

Scott Dickison

As Advent begins, go ahead and push it — it would be misleading not to.

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Cultivating an attitude of gratitude

Bill Wilson

It’s key to imagining God’s positive dream for a church’s future.

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Thanksgiving Day, 2060

David Gushee

On marriage, covenant and Thanksgiving Day, 2060.

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