Fare Well, Liberty Bell

Rick Segal
Fare Well, Liberty Bell
America has never been a single thread, but rather a cord of both worldliness and holiness. These strands were woven so tightly for so long that it became difficult, certainly for Christians, to see them as twain, but twain they have always been, and twain they are now parted. Continue Reading

The Irony in the Quest for Equality

Constantine Campbell
The Irony in the Quest for Equality
Christians have been accused, sometimes rightly, of prejudice. Ironically, the movement for equality has now become prejudiced against Christians, unwilling even to hear them. The key to undoing prejudice against Christians is to allow your friends and family to get to know a real Christian. Continue Reading

So-Called Same-Sex Marriage

John Piper
So-Called Same-Sex Marriage
In a 5-to-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States of America has ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. The Bible is not silent about such decisions. Alongside its clearest explanation of the sin of homosexual intercourse stands the indictment of the institutionalization of it. Continue Reading

Workers for Your Joy

David Mathis
Workers for Your Joy
What if you knew that your leaders were not in it to stroke their ego, or garner private privilege, or assert their will to power over others, but they actively were laying aside their rights and comforts to self-sacrificially take initiative and expend energy in working for your joy? Continue Reading

A Last Name Says a Lot

Jasmine Holmes
A Last Name Says a Lot
When we decided to get married, we didn’t do so merely because we wanted to wake up next to one another every morning or raise a family together. We were married because, as Christians, we knew marriage to be a covenant union sanctioned by God for his glory, for our joy, and for the good of others. Continue Reading