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Doing Justice to Our Bodies: How Race Wrongs Us – Part 1

Race has been divinely sanctioned by the church in America. We have given it sacred rights and privileges, a place of honor in our fellowship. […] Read More

¿Por Qué las Personas Toman la Difícil Decisión de Migrar? Parte 2

Si bien la esperanza de una vida mejor lleva a muchas personas a migrar, otras se ven empujadas a migrar. Tienen que huir de la violencia y el abuso, ya que sus gobiernos no se preocupan por protegerles, o son incapaces de resolver sus propios problemas gubernamentales. […] Read More

Why People Make the Hard Choice to Migrate – Part 2

While the hope for a better life draws many to migrate, others are pushed into migration. They must flee violence and abuse because their governments don’t care about them or aren’t capable of dealing with their own problems. […] Read More

If You Have This Kind of Faith, It’s Not Worth Having

Faith in God is always good, but people often have an insufficient or erroneous understanding of God. Failing to have an adequate understanding of God can produce a flawed faith. […] Read More

¿Por Qué las Personas Toman la Difícil Decisión de Migrar? Parte 1

La migración es un problema mundial, y quienes migran enfrentan un camino extremadamente difícil e incierto. Mientras que algunas personas migran por razones educativas o vocacionales, la mayoría migra debido a problemas económicos y la esperanza de una vida mejor. […] Read More

Why People Make the Hard Choice to Migrate – Part 1

Migration is a worldwide issue, and those who do migrate face an extremely hard and uncertain road. While some people migrate due to educational or vocational reasons, most migrate due to economic issues and the hope for a better life. […] Read More

Clashing Symbols Vie for Our Nation’s Character

Two sets of ‘boundary’ symbols paint clashing portraits of our nation’s character. One denotes liberty and responsibility; the other is protectionist and inhospitable. Which will you heed? […] Read More

When It’s Time to Allow Your Faith Traditions to Evolve

Learning and respecting the traditions of your faith are good things, but at what point is it time for the tradition – or at the least the parts of the tradition you use – to change and evolve? […] Read More

When Helping Your Neighbor, There’s Always Enough

There’s not enough time, not enough money, not enough margin. We can’t give more to help those in need; what if we don’t have enough for ourselves? It’s not about abundance or scarcity; it’s about sufficiency. […] Read More

2 Reasons Those Name-And-Blame Arguments Don’t Work

When people discuss political, social or religious issues on social media, it frequently turns into a name-and-blame argument. We need to stop the personal attacks and stick to the point. […] Read More