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View In Times of Trouble: Watch and Pray

In Times of Trouble: Watch and Pray

Ever feel “the end of the world is nigh?” If the cultural chaos is getting you down, how ought you think, feel, and pray during these tumultuous times? 

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View Justin Giboney: How Both Political Parties Fail Urban Christians 

Justin Giboney: How Both Political Parties Fail Urban Christians 

Ever feel left out of the political conversation, because your values are not represented by either political party? 

You might tend towards wanting justice but find your political party is out of step with your spiritual values.  Or, you might tend to want to preserve your spiritual values but find your party ignores the injustice that many Americans have suffered.

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View Beautiful People Don’t Just Happen

Beautiful People Don’t Just Happen

If you feel more at home with people who share your political ideology than with people who share your religion, then politics might be your religion.

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View The Southern Baptist Convention Sacrifices Congregants on the Altar of Power

The Southern Baptist Convention Sacrifices Congregants on the Altar of Power

The SBC, RZIM, and especially Kanakuk Kamps have shown they are willing to place the well-being of innocent women and children on the altar of their own institutional well-being. Here’s why.

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View Why Are Teens Growing More Anxious?

Why Are Teens Growing More Anxious?

Teen anxiety. That’s the subject of this week’s Good Faith episode. In it, David French and Curtis Chang speak to one of the foremost experts on the subject, Kara Powell, executive director of the Fuller Youth Institute. Kara’s well-researched and empathetic insights are critical for all of us to help the teens in our lives […]

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View Jason Isbell, “Coupling with Death,” and Psalm 137

Jason Isbell, “Coupling with Death,” and Psalm 137

A reflection by theologian Curtis Chang on how Jason Isbell’s song “Yvette” informs his thoughts on Psalm 137.

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