We couldn’t have all been more different politically, and we all left feeling that it’s not right, what’s happening down there.
Many people are sharing excerpts of Rachael Denhollander’s impact statement and praising her for how powerfully she shared the gospel in court on January 24th. For example, in the Gospel Coalition post that has been widely shared, the writer embeds… Read More ›
Years ago, when I was working at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, a mishap occurred while I was in the process of removing an ON-Q* pump from a post-surgical patient. (An ON-Q* pump is basically a skinny, flexible catheter that delivers… Read More ›
My daughter keeps me honest. She sees past all my excuses and justifications. “Get off your phone, get off the computer, and pay attention,” she demands. As a writer focused on sociopolitical, cultural, and ecclesiastical issues, I wrestle daily with… Read More ›
This post addresses the #MeToo hashtag trending on social media right now: If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem…. Read More ›
Amidst the torrent of political debate about DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), there are real people. I’d like to highlight just a few of the voices of those most deeply impacted by the White House’s decision to end DACA… Read More ›
My friend and fellow church member Ian North lives in a community of immigrants from North and Central America. Years ago, he and his wife Ruthie started a local ministry, Presencia, in that community. They love the families in the… Read More ›