Nostalgia and faith

By Mike Poteet
From Netflix to Nintendo, nostalgia sells In 2016, the Netflix hit series Stranger Things won praise not only for its precocious cast and sci-fi storytelling but also for the way… read more

Love In A Big World: #metoo

By Tamara Fyke
Even though the first study on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Kaiser Permanente from 1995-1997, ACEs did… read more

500th anniversary of the Reformation

By Ben Howard
The church door According to the well-known story, on October 31, 1517, a young monk and professor of moral theology named Martin Luther nailed a list of arguments against… read more

Calling out empire

By Steve Harper
The prophetic task begins by calling out “the principalities and powers.” One of the tasks of Christian social holiness is to identify and expose evil. It must always… read more

Busy with what?

By James A. Harnish
Wishing Jesus hadn’t said that Some folks call my wife Marsha, the nickname she acquired in college, but her parents named her Martha. And it fits! She really wishes Jesus… read more

Stateless people

By Alex Joyner
Helicopters come to a village Mizanur Rachman was working in a rice paddy near his village in Myanmar on August 25 when the helicopters came. “Immediately, I had fear in my… read more

Love In A Big World: Good job, Mama

By Tamara Fyke
When I was a first-time mom, I wanted to do everything right. Since I had been a professional rule-follower who excelled in school, I was convinced that parenting could be done by … read more

Gideon's math. And his aftermath.

By Talbot Davis
Most of you who have heard of Gideon have done so because his name is on virtually every hotel room Bible in the USA. But then others of you know him because of his math: He took… read more

Love In A Big World: Love wins

By Tamara Fyke
When I picked up my eleven-year-old son from school Monday afternoon, October 2, 2017, I knew I had to tell him about what had happened the day before in Las Vegas. Since we live… read more

We could all use a little reformation

By David Teems
It is a word you are going to start hearing more and more, or I suspect you will. Reformation. The word will take some abuse, as words can. It will be stretched, poked at with a… read more

DACA and people of faith

By Rebekah Jordan Gienapp
One pastor’s DACA story When the Reverend Orlando Gallardo was 15 years old, he undertook a harrowing journey across the border between Mexico and the United States. At one… read more

Bible lifting at Good Shepherd

By Talbot Davis
Here’s a great shot taken as I was beginning my sermon this past Sunday at the Zoar Road Campus of Good Shepherd.  We’re one church in two locations. Yet the… read more
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