In response to Charlottesville

By Tamara Fyke
My family and friends are sharing their sadness and frustration in response to the Charlottesville violence on social media. We prayed at church for the peace of that community… read more

How God answers the worst prayer in the Bible

By Talbot Davis
In 1 Kings 19:4-5, in the aftermath of a roller coaster season of spectacular success and stunning betrayal, the prophet Elijah prays this prayer: ‘Take my life; I am no… read more

The drive for perfectionism

By Samantha Tidball
A group of college guys were sitting in their backyard one day making bets on sandwiches with basketball trick shots. Eventually the filming of these shots became viral videos… read more

As artificial intelligence grows, so do perceived threats to human uniqueness

By Rosalie Chan / Religion News Service
(RNS) — SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk got into a spat recently on Twitter with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg over the dangers of artificial intelligence. Musk urged a… read more

The world of alliances

By Melissa Slocum
Within the last year or so, many countries have held national elections putting new leaders and their administrations in the spotlight. Britain, the U.S., Canada and France have… read more

Cabinet members study Bible together weekly

By Jessica Estepa / USA Today
(USA Today) — Members of President Trump's Cabinet attend a weekly Bible study, according to a new report. CBN News reported that once a week, about a dozen members of the… read more

Love In A Big World: It's okay to be angry

By Tamara Fyke
When I was a kid I somehow knew that it wasn’t okay for me to get upset. Well, at least I couldn’t let my unpleasant feelings show on the outside. I kept them bottled… read more

Music and justice

By Jeanne Torrence Finley
Songs of justice — American Revolution to 1970 Music has long been a central feature of movements for social change, raising awareness about issues, drawing people together… read more

Environment, politics and faith

By Dave Barnhart
Picturing pollution In a photograph of Birmingham, Alabama, taken in 1972, the tops of the tallest buildings peek out above a yellow-brown haze. The official caption of the photo, … 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

When is it time to die? The Charlie Gard situation

By Christy Thomas
Charlie Gard’s parents have decided to give up the fight. I ache for them in every cell in my body. Charlie, as most know, was born unable to either see or hear, cannot move … read more

Love In A Big World: Bullying and belonging

By Tamara Fyke
My son was about eight years old, and he was in second grade. I found him one day upstairs in his room crying. “What’s going on, sweetie?” I asked with great… read more
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