How Should Christians Think About The Transgender Movement?

In this post, we’re asking the question: How should Christians think about the Transgender Movement? In many respects, this is a difficult question to answer because the movement is constantly in flux and definitions frequently change. Be that as it may, Christians must do their best to engage Transgenderism from a biblical worldview. God’s GoodContinue reading “How Should Christians Think About The Transgender Movement?”

You Figure It Out?

(Please read the following news report and comment on how you think this conundrum should be handled.) British police interfered with a baptism service held in England due to the religious event having more people in attendance than allowed by recently implemented lockdown restrictions. The London-based congregation The Angel Church held a baptism ceremony onContinue reading “You Figure It Out?”

To the Four Monuments of Human Nature

Fortune, Fame, Power, Pleasure Built in clusters, making them appear formidable . . . and acceptable. As the idols in ancient Athens, our society is saturated with them. Fortune. How neatly it fits our times! Its inscription at the base is bold: “Get rich.” The figure in the statue is impressive—a hardworking young executive, a clever, diligentContinue reading “To the Four Monuments of Human Nature”

Do I Dare Tell People I Had An Abortion?

How do I communicate about my sexual past—which sadly includes two abortions—to the people in my life? I often hear from women trying to process the aftermath of an abortion. What I like to do is pour a cup of coffee and invite them to tell me the whole story. I share mine, too, andContinue reading “Do I Dare Tell People I Had An Abortion?”

Not Too Soon This Year

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isa. 9:6  Lord Jesus, it’s just November 14th, but Christmas music is filling my heart, and our lights on ourContinue reading “Not Too Soon This Year”

The Good ‘American’

For those of us who have lived only in the United States, the stories we hear of past hostilities between whites and blacks here might seem like some of the most hostile in history. The brutal atrocity of chattel slavery, and the curse of Jim Crow, still hang for many like dark clouds over ourContinue reading “The Good ‘American’”

What Are You Looking At?

We’re all hoping the coronavirus pandemic ends soon, but when it does, we’ll face a deeper wound in modern society: the epidemic of loneliness. My family and I witnessed an eerie portrait of modern disconnection in the first few weeks after the lockdown began. After those initial weeks of panic-buying toilet paper and figuring out howContinue reading “What Are You Looking At?”