By: Ferrell Foster The Johnson Amendment prohibits partisan political involvement by nonprofits and churches, protecting them from political manipulation. Rolling it back will harm churches and the U.S. political process.
By: Ferrell Foster Many patients often need relief from pain but have not always understood the long-term impact of opioids like fentanyl. The opioid crisis is real. These legal and illegal drugs are ruining lives and taking lives.
By: Ferrell Foster With many of the seeking relief from chronic pain, millions in the U.S. are addicted to pain-killing opioids in the U.S. Jesus called us to care for the sick, and that includes those caught up in the opioid epidemic.
By: Ferrell Foster All people are created equal. That's why it's important to protect the freedom for people to be different even as we insist that all persons have equal value, both before God and the law.
By: Ferrell Foster The white supremacists protesting in Charlottesville may look like me, but they are not my people; they have refused to love their neighbor as Christ instructed us. It's time more of us proclaim this difference.
By: Ferrell Foster The alt-right paints a picture of the U.S. as a white nation under attack from non-whites. It ignores that from our earliest days, the U.S. has been a place where all types of diverse people have come together.
By: Ferrell Foster As primary season draws near, Christians need to practice civility and listen with all the intelligence and wisdom we can muster through the help of the Holy Spirit as we prepare to vote.
By: Ferrell Foster Others may turn away from the suffering of refugees, but followers of Jesus can't afford such apathy. By caring for those who suffer, we're caring for Him. Jesus is a refugee, and he needs us.
Immigration is on the political agenda in Washington, and changes can be expected, says Suzii Paynter, director of citizenship and public policy.for the Christian Life Commission of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Nearly 5,000 people attended a Ten Commandments Rally in Dallas April 3 to discuss the "importance of God in politics," the Dallas Morning News reported. But a Baptist ethics leader later raised concerns about the event and the movement it represents.