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  • Five Ways to Love Pro-Choice Women

    The country is one raw nerve and me along with it. How about you? The temptation to join a screaming, raging, angry camp is hard to resist. But then I remember Hebrews 13:12-14 (ESV), “So Jesus also suffered outside the gate in order to sanctify the people through his own blood. Therefore let us go to him outside the …[ read more ]

  • Christians and Roe v Wade

    Why is Roe v Wade such a concern for many Christians? Why is this an issue on which we’re passionate? Does our interest stem from a form of fascism that seeks to impose our faith beliefs on others? Not at all. Fascism is the antithesis of faith in Christ. Faith in Christ cultivates humility, compassion for others, and a focus on change from the inside. External …[ read more ]

  • The Reality of Being in the Family of God

    The family of God. Brothers and sisters in Christ. To some, those are inviting and amazing phrases. To those of us who have experienced less than wholesome family life or real siblings, those phrases can be a mixed bag. But then again, so is the church. God extends His grace through Christ to anyone, even …[ read more ]

  • Maybe Disney Isn’t the Only Problem – Maybe the Real Problem is Us

    People don’t like preachy stories. That’s what Christian writers hear all the time. Avoid preaching! Focus on telling a great story! Beware of agenda-driven writing! If you want to make a point, write an essay or a non-fiction book but keep your stories pure. Your biblical worldview will infuse them organically so leave the message …[ read more ]

  • Perseverance – The Loneliest, Most Underestimated Virtue

    Perseverance. Such a lonely, uncelebrated virtue. And yet, like an unassuming seed that falls to the ground with no witness to its burial, perseverance does its work deep within our souls and then suddenly bursts forth from the earth of our lives with the power of life to break through death and produce beautiful, rich, …[ read more ]