Dr. Michelle Henry, a professor of English, discusses what justice looks like through the lens of Toni Morrison’s novels.
05/17/2021 - By Dr. Michelle Henry
Michael Chancellor suggests six steps for pursuing mental health after more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
05/11/2021 - By Michael R. Chancellor
Levi Bedilu describes what he discovered coming to America and calls the church to overcome the division he found even in it.
05/10/2021 - By Levi Bedilu
Gregory Tomlin describes threats to Christian higher education and churches posed by the Equality Act and calls for the Act to be rejected.
05/07/2021 - By Gregory Tomlin
The pandemic illuminated differences among us. Mahcoe Mikel points to three ways we can worship together through those differences.
05/04/2021 - By Mahcoe Mikel
Jean Humphreys, reflecting on what women in her family taught her about justice, shares how the pandemic also has taught her about justice.
05/03/2021 - By Jean Humphreys
Joshua Sharp describes the effect of “biblical manhood” on his childhood, youth and young adult development.
04/27/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
Dr. Roy Cotton calls attention to the urgency for justice and the disparity in its distribution between differing communities.
04/26/2021 - By Dr. Roy Cotton
True Head reflects on how the salt water cure has been a gift from God for him and others in the face of pandemic losses.
04/20/2021 - By True Head
Myles Werntz describes justice through Jesus’ parable (Luke 18:1-8) about prayer depicting a widow persistently confronting a judge.
04/19/2021 - By Myles Werntz
Heath Holland calls for replacing blanket assumptions and stereotypes about others with individual understanding.
04/13/2021 - By Heath Holland
Judge Os Chrisman comments on his role in seeking justice and his faith practice toward that end.
04/12/2021 - By Os Chrisman