For some decades now, as evidenced in my writing, I’ve believed that American Christianity has been less and less interested in God and more and more in doing good things for God.
We wait for hope and for healing and for miracles. We wait for a global pandemic to subside. We wait on God. It’s one of his favorite tools to get our attention.
Earth Day is around the corner, and while the coronavirus pandemic is still at the forefront of our minds, it’s important to remember the environment as well.
Resurrection does not have to do exclusively with what happens after we are buried or cremated. It does have to do with that, but first of all it has to do with the way we live right now.
By Eric E.
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Bracket Madness season is upon us, so it’s time you cast your vote for your favorite book from 2019! This is the final round of voting.
Jesus came to be God with us—on both the starry night in Bethlehem and in the loneliness of a quarantined home. On a sunny Galilean hillside and in crowded grocery store lines.
Rob Currie is an award-winning author with a lifelong fascination with World War II. The son of a World War II veteran, Rob enjoys making school presentations to share his contagious enthusiasm for history.
Many of my peers participated in Lenten fasts… even though they also came from evangelical or other Protestant denominations.