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Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

“Is not the festive season when families and friends exchange gifts in memory of The Gift laid on the altar of the world for the redemption of the human race, the most appropriate time to consecrate a portion from abounding riches and scant poverty to send forth the good tidings of great joy into all […]

Faith and Politics Book Review Series (Part III): A Gentle Answer

The last book in our Faith and Politics Book Review Series is entitled A Gentle Answer: Our “Secret Weapon” in An Age Of Us Against Them. Scott Sauls is the senior pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville and has authored several others books including Jesus Outside the Lines and Irresistible Faith. Whereas the previous […]

Faith and Politics Book Review Series (Part II): Good and Bad Ways To Think About Religion And Politics

In part 1 of this blog series we reviewed Johnathan Leeman’s How the Nations Rage as it laid a foundation for talking about faith and politics. Leeman helped us think through important topics such as the purpose of government and the church. Robert Benne’s book, Good and Bad Ways to Think About Religion and Politics, […]

A Reminder for Struggling Parents

We recognize that we are all living through unprecedented and uncertain times. This time is especially hard for families in our midst. Schedules are in upheaval. Homes are turning into workplaces and school buildings. Parents are juggling multiple responsibilities. It can seem like you are always swimming upstream. Be encouraged parents, you’ve been given a […]