C.S. Lewis on nationalism

By Randy Hardman
C.S. Lewis knew a thing or two about the dangers of nationalistic thinking. Although he was extremely proud of both England and his own Irish heritage, Lewis lived in the context… read more

It's bad news ...

By Brent Lamberth
Scroll through any newsfeed or watch any newscast on any given day and many of the stories will have one common denominator: They’re depressing. From stories of epidemics to … read more

Wonder Woman and faith

By Mike Poteet
Summer of “the superheroine” This summer belonged to Wonder Woman. As of August 9, Wonder Woman was the summer’s box office champion, earning over $400 million… read more

Worship for Kids: October 1, 2017

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Exodus 17:1-7. The story of the water from the rock parallels last week's story of manna and quail. In each case the people worry and… read more

Show 'em what you're made of

By Tamara Fyke
My sixth grader went out for the school football team. He was excited; I was proud. But he didn’t make it. My heart ached for my boy who encountered his first public… read more

Worship for Kids: September 24, 2017

By Carolyn C. Brown
All today's texts are based on God's generous and loving care of us. Exodus tells of God feeding the wilderness travelers with manna and quail. Psalm 105 praises God for that and… read more

Apostle-making: The missing key for effective discipleship

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
Disciples don’t make disciples; apostles do. In the so-called Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20), Jesus instructs his disciples to go make disciples. Rightly, much is made… read more

Love In A Big World: Unity and creativity

By Tamara Fyke
The hate speech, the protests, and the political outcry of this week are like nothing I’ve ever seen in my lifetime. My friends in their seventies have told me that these… read more

Solar eclipse

By Alex Joyner
Deep twilight blue and strangely behaving animals Should you happen to find yourself within the narrow strip of the United States that will be experiencing a total solar eclipse… read more

Religious liberty for all

By Curtis W. Freeman / Religion News Service
(RNS) A recent survey found only two percent of evangelical Christians indicated that the Bill of Rights made America great, although more than half said they highly value the… read more

The hatred in Charlottesville does not surprise me

By A. James Rudin / Religion News Service
(RNS) — The deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the images of white nationalists, the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis carrying Confederate and swastika flags… read more

God is love, and love wins

By Adam Thomas
This message was preached on August 13 at Saint Mark's Episcopal Church in Mystic, Conn. in response to the violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va. You might be… read more
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