Ed Stetzer wonders about “Christians joining in on spreading the false narrative” of Joel Osteen’s actions with regard to Lakewood Church in the wake of Hurricane Harvey,
By Ed Stetzer
Martin Luther King Jr. had it right when he said that 11 a.m. on Sunday morning is the most segregated hour in America.
By Scott Collins / Buckner International
Hurricane Harvey and the Houston floods remind Houstonian Beth Moore why she loves her hometown. (Article by Beth Moore for Christianity Today)
By Beth Moore
Evangelical Trump advisor Johnnie Moore: “You only make a difference if you have a seat at the table.”
By Johnnie Moore
Just prior to closing the door, I noticed it. “JESUS” was upside down.
By Barry Howard / Center for Healty Churches
Evangelical Christians have not lost their mind, but they have clearly lost their memory. A recent survey found only 2 percent of evangelical Christians indicated the Bill of Rights made America great.
By Curtis W. Freeman / Religion News Service
Texas Baptists’ Christian Life Commission issued a statement condemning “the hateful and violent ideology and actions” white supremacists displayed in Charlottesville, Va.
By Christian Life Commission
Watching my grandkids laugh, explore and have fun, I shake my head and wonder where this culture of ours will take them. Do we realize how fast the future is rushing to meet our posterity, and us?
By Hal Ostrander and Daryl Smith
This isn’t meant to simply be a provocative question. A new survey from The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation offers the latest dispiriting news about the troubling state of white Christianity.
By John Gehring / Religion News Service
Racist protests are not morally equivalent to counter-protests on behalf of racial equality and civil rights. (Column by Marv Knox in The Dallas Morning News)
By Marv Knox / The Dallas Morning News
William Dwight McKissic Sr., senior pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Arlington: “I almost left the SBC 11 years ago, but I remain committed to the larger cause.” (The Washington Post)
By William Dwight McKissic, Sr. / The Washington Post
For Christians, our faith tradition decisively calls us not into fear, but into love. Matthew 22:39 calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves, and Romans 12:13 tells us in no uncertain terms to extend hospitality to strangers.
By John L. McCullough / Religion News Service