We have a dream, too . . . that one day we will truly be united as a country, marked not by unrest and division but by a common commitment to uphold the dignity and freedom of all under the God who created us equal.
By Matt Freeman
The Arc turns 3 in the new year! We thank God for you, your loyal readership, and the thoughts you’ve shared about your favorite posts. 2020 has been quite the year (major understatement, right?).
…in a nation that is becoming increasingly divided politically, the church must set the example of unity, respect, and love in our culture. Our witness to the gospel depends on it.
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.
Remember to focus on being a friend, not a fixer… Build a relationship, just like you would with anyone else you’re getting to know.
Love would ensure compassion even for those who did wrong, while still enabling fierce pursuit of the truth. Love, they told me, had to be the motivation.
Mother’s Day is almost here, and if you still aren’t sure what to get your mom, we can help! Take the quiz below to see what book would make the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
Had I never had an abortion—had I never personally bought into the thinking that if the “embryonic tissue” inside of me was simply removed, I could get on with my life and not be hindered by my “mistake”—how
by Johnnie Moore, author of We Are One
Unlike the jihadist martyrs gaining the attention— and fear— of the world, these followers of Jesus are not seeking to die in order to earn a place in heaven.