If people of faith are shut out of either major political party, then voices for moral principles and transcendent values will be diminished.
By Marv Knox / Editor
A bout with cancer—especially the treatments—took a toll on Editor Marv Knox’s face. And in the scars and contortions, he sees signs of God’s grace.
What force exerts the greatest influence on your congregation and the Christians you know? Are they shaped more by the gospel of Jesus Christ or by the culture around them?
Advice Mister Rogers received from his mother many years ago is great advice for those of us living in a terror-traumatized, fractious and greedy world today.
President Donald Trump has proposed a budget, and because of the close association between his administration and evangelical Christians, God’s reputation is at stake.
Why do some mature adults walk away from church and, worse, away from faith? And what can be done about it?
When it comes to relating to undocumented residents, if Texans refuse to follow the Golden Rule, maybe the courts at least will force us to follow the U.S. Constitution.
President Trump’s “religious liberty” executive order is horrible for America, for churches and for the gospel.
In these fractious times, America needs leaders like the late Will Campbell, who fought for civil rights—and ministered to Klan members.
Christians must lend their voices to protect foreign aid—particularly grants that provide food, medicine and education to the world’s poorest, weakest people.
Is your church thick or thin? The answer says much about how effectively it embodies the gospel.
This Holy Week, may we respond with gratitude to Jesus’ sacrifice on our behalf—living as Easter people, laying down our lives for others so they will know the blessing of joy on Earth and the promise of eternal life with our Savior.
By Marv Knox