Living As A People of HopeWhat Families Want: From A Millennial Mom & PastorBlessed are the HousekeepersGreen Christmas BoxesLoosing the Chains of Debt: An Interview with Geoffrey ChongoTaking Food From the Mouths of the Hungry
Living As A People of Hope As Christians, we must remember that we are a people of hope. We have a message ...
What Families Want: From A Millennial Mom & Pastor Churches have spent millions attempting to cater to the needs of young families ...
Blessed are the Housekeepers One of the true tests of a good college is how they treat their housekeepers, ...
Green Christmas Boxes How could I make my boxes not only fun and useful, but also better for the ...
Loosing the Chains of Debt: An Interview with Geoffrey Chongo The Church exists partly to fulfill Christ’s mission of removing the heavy ...
Taking Food From the Mouths of the Hungry On the first day the ordinance banning outdoor feeding of homeless people went ...

CURRENT

Taking Food From the Mouths of the Hungry

Ftlauderdale

On the first day the ordinance banning outdoor feeding of homeless people went into effect, I gave away apples and packaged food items while the local Food Not Bombs group offered hot meals to dozens of homeless friends in the downtown Stranahan Park.

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Embracing Brokenness

JUST MERCY Cover

  EDITOR’S NOTE: For the past 25 years, Bryan Stevenson has worked to heal the wounds of racism and poverty …

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2014 Midterm Elections: What Does Jesus Say?

Election Day Real Power

On Tuesday in a Chicago suburb I stood in line to vote in front of an African-American man.

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GLOBAL

After 25 Years: Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Wall

The biggest news by far that year was on November 9th when the Berlin Wall came tumbling down, literally overnight.

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Happy Birthday, Haiti Partners!

Tonyhaiti

I will never forget the day I was trying to eat dinner in a Port-au-Prince restaurant. As I was about to put my fork into the steak that was on my plate, I happened to look to the window on my right.

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Global Missions: What Are We Doing Here?

Airtravel

My first go at post-college employment was starting and directing the Global Missions Ministry of a 3000-member mega-church. I was getting paid, and I was traveling—two things I’d never done before. In many ways, it was exciting work.

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THE RED CARPET

Loosing the Chains of Debt: An Interview with Geoffrey Chongo

Geoffery Chongo JCTR

The Church exists partly to fulfill Christ’s mission of removing the heavy burden of inequality and social, political and economic injustice so that people can live their lives in full.

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LIFE

Blessed are the Housekeepers

Housekeeping Appreciation Day 2014

One of the true tests of a good college is how they treat their housekeepers, and certainly a decent indicator of that is how the lowest paid workers fare in contrast to the highest paid administrators.

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Green Christmas Boxes

Shoebox

How could I make my boxes not only fun and useful, but also better for the environment?

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THEOLOGY

Living As A People of Hope

Lionandlamb

As Christians, we must remember that we are a people of hope. We have a message of hope and we are called to embody this hope.

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Why “Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin” ...

Embrace

Last week my post Love the Sinner Hate the Sin, Really? generated a lot of discussion on RLC.

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