reClaimed: Charlottesville with Biko Gray

By ReClaimed Podcast
Charles and Gregg are joined by Biko Gray for an essential conversation about the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, the Confederate monuments that are the focal point … read more

Helpless?

By James A. Harnish
Helpless! The word reverberates in our souls when we see people being rescued from the roofs of their flooded homes. It beats in our hearts as we watch water-soaked people make… read more

Torches

By Lindy Thompson
Last month while on vacation with my extended family, I celebrated a milestone birthday. In honor of the occasion, everyone gathered in the evening at the beach and enjoyed a… read more

White Jonathan

By Dave Barnhart
[David] came to Jonathan and asked, “What have I done? What is my crime? How have I wronged your father that he wants me dead?” Jonathan said to him, “No! You… read more

Central Avenue is where we belong

By James A. Harnish
The church on Central Avenue While speaking for the Georgia Pastors’ School a few weeks ago, I met a retired pastor and her husband who are natives of Fitzgerald, Georgia… read more

To save a world: Al Gore and global warming

By Christy Thomas
It was a religious revival, with Al Gore taking the role the prophet/high priest. Gore’s sincere passion for moving to renewable energy sources for the sake of the planet… read more

Generous orthodoxy: A theological resource for a way forward

By Kenneth H. Carter, Jr.
I have an increasing clarity about a Christian faith that is generously orthodox. The word orthodox here has a distinctly lower case “o.” It is about my trust in the… read more

...But not too much

By Sarah Heath
I can’t remember exactly when my deep fear of being “Too Much” started, but I remember it was young. I started counting the number of times I answered a question … read more

What you can learn from a cookie thief

By Rabbi Evan Moffic
A woman was waiting for her plane at the airport. She went into a newsstand store and bought a bag of cookies. A few minutes later, she wanted to start nibbling on the cookies… read more

'How can Christians support Donald Trump?' is the wrong question

By Zack Hunt
Eighty-one percent. Like old gum on the bottom of your shoe, it’s a number that will cling to everything American evangelicalism does till the end of its days. On November… read more

Emojis speak louder than words

By Tiffany Manning
In 2015 Merriam-Webster added the word emoji to its unabridged dictionary. First used in 1997, emoji is the combination of two Japanese words: e meaning picture or drawing and… read more

How to organize your volunteer recruitment

By Youth Ministry Partners
Last week we sat down with our friends from the Sustainable Youth Ministry Podcast and talked about how to organize your volunteer recruitment effort. We also discussed how to… read more
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