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, […]

What Will You Do With Your Anxiety?

Anxiety is a normal experience of living in a fallen world. We are surrounded by a host of uncertainties and problems that provoke our emotions to the edge. Some may deal with anxiety as a disorder and others as a natural expression of their human frailty and limitedness. But this is something we all feel […]

Looking Ahead (not back)

“Oh that I were as in months past.” Job 29:2 Numbers of Christians can view the past with pleasure, but regard the present with dissatisfaction; they look back upon the days which they have passed in communing with the Lord as being the sweetest and the best they have ever known, but as to the […]

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 […]