Following the burning of Bibles and the beheading of a statue of Jesus, Jim Denison calls Christians to be people whose lives match their words.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Jim Denison reflects on key events from the last nine months and how Christians may find themselves at odds with the broader culture.
“The idea of hate is too heavy a burden to bear.” Jim Denison reflects on the legacy and philosophy of Rep. John Lewis, who died July 17 at age 80.
Jim Denison examines research about major life disruptors, how we can respond to them and a biblical example of these responses.
Jim Denison draws attention to the need for people to maintain community to overcome the isolation that can accompany social distancing.
Jim Denison considers significant events from the first half of 2020 in light of a Christian’s posture facing the second half of the year.
Jim Denison shares the story of Daylan McLee and why he pulled a police officer from a burning car as an example of the commandment to love one another.
Jim Denison seeks to create further awareness of the longstanding issue of racism in the United States and the transforming hope the gospel offers.
Ryan Denison, writing for his father this week, examines the role of fear and reason in the debates about defunding or reforming police departments.
By Ryan Denison / Denison Forum
Jim Denison acknowledges he doesn’t know firsthand what it’s like to experience racial discrimination, face systemic poverty, encounter injustice, or suffer as an innocent victim of violence. But Jesus does.
Jim Denison, recounting two incidents in one day involving race, condemns racism and asks the Holy Spirit for Pentecost miracle to overcome it.
In response to another Christian celebrity losing faith in God, Jim Denison suggests how to experience Jesus “as a living, daily presence in your life.”