By: Molly T. Marshall It's always easier to blame the poor for their circumstances rather than appraising the systemic realities making upward mobility nearly impossible. We prefer the poor to be invisible, even in our churches.
By: Matt Sapp People love technology that makes a car safer, more reliable or more comfortable. But if new technology isn't directly applied to the car's core purpose, most folks can take it or leave it. It's the same with the church.
By: Heather Skull When a discussion about religious dogma takes over from the practical application of faith, something's gone wrong. Corrie ten Boom once illustrated this point with a gift of chocolate.