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We Get To Carry Each Other

When I was 18 years old and a freshman at Abilene Christian University I heard a story which stuck with me and my friends. It’s the classic “preacher story,” and the preacher we heard deliver it is a gifted man, who either loves the story or couldn’t remember all the times and places he told […]

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Toward A Consistent View of Human Life

What few people in our society are talking about is a consistent ethic of human life. At no time in my life has our simple picking and choosing about life, death, innocence, and innocents been more clear than this moment as folks across the nation publicly and privately “debate” funding of Planned Parenthood, which provides […]

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How To Win An Argument (and not be a jerk)

Call me “old-fashioned” (my kids do because I think pop music peaked with Thriller), but I’m just catching up on the SCOTUS decision, Obergefell vs Hodges. In application, Obergefell vs Hodges universalizes the legal standing of same-sex couples choosing to get married. I was speaking about the importance of Christians speaking good news to the […]

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Racism Is a Gospel Problem

A few weeks ago I was honored to speak at the North American Christian Convention. While there, I sat down with Mark Taylor, Editor of Christian Standard and Lookout Magazine to talk about the convention, politics, race, and the church. It’s important, during these racially tense days, to understand the racism and racial justice were […]

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Rachel Dolezal, “Diverse Churches,” and What We Don’t Get About Each Other

Appearances can be deceiving…except when they’re not. Sometimes, appearances, even more than words, tell the exact truth. That’s why America lost it’s collective head this past week when it was revealed that Spokane, Washington NAACP President Rachel Dolezal was not what she claimed to be, which is African American. As is our national custom, the […]

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