https://propheticmeaning.com - Is your marriage in trouble and you feel like its over? Perhaps your husband or wife has said that they want a divorce. The two of you are Christians and yet you can’t seem to make the marriage work? If this sounds like you, then this article is going to help you to see why […]
https://peacehacks.com - We’ve healed so much from our dark history. We ended slavery, shut down Jim Crow with the Civil Rights Act, made national heroes of Dr. Martin Luther King and other people of color. We passed laws to fight preferential hiring. We twice elected a black president. Many believe that if a black person can’t get … Read more The Empire’s New Clothes: How Racial Prejudice Has Evolved in the US.
https://joshhevans.com - In this post, Josh talks about the values that make his church unique and the way that they are. Culture eats strategy for breakfast so what we value matters.
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https://peacehacks.com - The Bible paints the picture of a God whose doors are unconditionally open, without limitation or qualification. We are all welcomed in and should reflect the same openness as we process the issue of immigration, refugees, the Mexico wall, and the general fear surrounding terrorism in the USRead more The Bible, Immigration, Refugees, Closed Doors, and God
https://peacehacks.com - So many have struggled to come out to their conservative religious parents. As an Evangelical pastor, I've spent years in the culture you'll soon be facing. Following are thoughts you should consider before moving forward.Read more Some Advice for Folks Coming Out to Their Evangelical Parents
https://peacehacks.com - I wrote this years ago in Seminary (except the last part). More true every year. I don’t know what I want to say It may be best to leave the words alone But you live inside my heart You walk about You poke around And I don’t hear a sound Then you shake them from … Read more What I Think about God
https://peacehacks.com - The Nativity story is typically treated as a nice, peaceful scene. What's typically missed is the emphasis the author places on who's in attendance, and who's not. The story invites us to rethink how we think of people we typically consider "losers." Read more Christmas is for Losers: How the Nativity Story Rips on Power and Privilege
https://peacehacks.com - I have 3 kids who have no problem telling me where to stick it. Time-outs were my go-to for a long time, but I’ve recently transitioned to a far more powerful defense. Don’t get me wrong, time-outs are huge if you want to survive as a parent of strong willed children. If nothing else, they’re … Continue reading Why Lectures Blow Time-Outs Out of the Water – And How to Give a Good One