How #BlackWomen Saved Evangelicalism
For Black Christians, sexual harassment and assault are as much of a gospel issue as abortion.
The complacency of Black voters in off-year elections since Barack Obama's time on Pennsylvania Avenue has been well documented. Over the past
Make American Politics Hopeful Again
How the call to “carry one another’s burdens” breaks down partisan stalemates.
In our increasingly polarized nation, elections are not just perceived to determine the direction of our nation's policies but as a declaration of who is included and who is excluded.
Dispatches from Kenya
Kenyan evangelicals were a petri dish in the grand experiment of public square engagement.
The incumbent president, Uhuru Kenyatta, is the son of its founder Jomo Kenyatta and named by his father “Uhuru,” a Swahili name for “freedom.” The EU monitors elections and, while
Engaging the Elections at Church
How to pastor your congregation during the campaign season.
Jul 4, 2016. Church. Engaging the Elections at Church. Engaging the Elections at Church. How to pastor your congregation during the campaign season.
Roy Moore Was ‘a Bridge Too Far’ for Alabama Evangelicals
(UPDATED) Al Mohler says Senate election “sends a signal” to the Republican Party—and to conservative Christians.
In the last two elections with state-level exit polling, 2008 and 2012, their share was 47 percent—making them “the only group showing slight signs of slippage,” according to an analysis
Feeling the ‘Ugh’ at Christmastime
Can your church be honest about heartache this Advent?
In 2015 Advent began soon after the attacks in Paris that killed 130 people. In November 2016, we were still reeling after one of the most contentious elections in US history.
Parenting in a New Day of Presidential Politics
Amy Whitfield notes how politics has changed in the last two decades
process. I learned about the differences between the two major parties. I learned that the primary and general elections are not the same thing. I learned
What Have I to Fear
However you vote this year, don't be motivated by fear.
Liberty Commission. I find their comments helpful, and I hope you do, too. Fear has always been a factor in democratic elections. During economic recession