Politics

Inspiration and Inclusion at the Inauguration

By Jessica Miller Kelley
The inauguration of a president is inspirational in many ways. The national colors and anthems, pomp and circumstance can fill spectators with patriotic joy, marveling at our… read more

Divided Country, Divided Church

By Shane Raynor
Monday morning before President Obama was sworn in, Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, sent the following tweet: “Praying for our president, who today… read more

Adam Hamilton to Preach at Inaugural Prayer Service

By Ministry Matters
United Methodist pastor Adam Hamilton will be delivering the sermon at Tuesday's Inaugural National Prayer Service at the Washington National Cathedral. Adam is the pastor of the… read more

Bitten by Empire

By Ronnie McBrayer
There is an ancient story from the Cherokee Nation that was used to illustrate the danger of getting too close to something dangerous. I first heard it as a child, though… read more

6 Ways You Can Prepare for Election Day

By Josh Tinley
Over the next week, all Christians who are registered to vote in the United States would do well to keep in mind this nugget of wisdom from John Wesley that has been making the… read more

Post-Election Day Devotion

By Jessica Miller Kelley
With Election Day on a Tuesday, Wednesday night meals and programs at church provide an excellent opportunity to pray together for unity, for peace, for wisdom for newly elected… read more
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