Presidential Politics in the New South

I am a southerner — born, bred, educated, and domiciled. I have been in many other places, both in this country and others, but my accent and worldview betray a deep southern bent. I was raised in a segregated world, educated in all-white schools, worshipped in all-white churches, ate in all-white restaurants, waited in all-white waiting rooms, drank at all-white …

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The Power of Being a Partial Bible Christian!

“By calling ourselves Red Letter Christians, we are alluding to those old versions of the Bible wherein the words of …

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Jesus for Prez

Last Monday was Presidents day. So I tweeted, ‘Jesus for president.‘ on my facebook wall, and with several followers on twitter, this …

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Foreclosure Resistance, A Prayer

Oh Lord, save your servant who trusts in you. -Psalm 86 A prayer lifts up from the city, like the …

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Loving Like Jesus: Views and Reviews

I ran across two items recently, one innocent and sweet, the other not so much. The first is a brief …

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Worship and the Poor: Moving Beyond Belief

We’ve all seen “the sign” at sporting events.  For some reason, of all the Bible verses in Scripture, John 3:16 …

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When Dreams Meet Reality: Life in Intentional Community

After years of being a youth pastor, I remember the time I came home from yet another event that required …

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