What You Need to Know About What Is Happening to People Seeking Asylum at the US Border and Elsewhere

Earlier this month, the White House announced a new “zero tolerance” policy on illegal border crossings at the US-Mexico border. In less than two-weeks’ time, roughly 600 children have been separated from their parents after crossing the border together, meaning the parents… Read More ›


Since the election, I’ve seen widespread use of the hashtag #NotMyPresident. While I understand the sentiment, I think #NotMyMessiah is a more appropriate hashtag for Christians. Here’s why. Because of our deeply polarized two-party system, #NotMyPresident inevitably carries partisan overtones and… Read More ›