Response – Refugees: The Stories We Tell

Since my colleague Joy Justus shared at this Convergence Conversation, much has happened and much has stayed the same.  Violence in Paris, Beirut and San Bernardino has awakened (or re-awakened) deep fears.  Refugees are still in desperate situations searching for home and hope in their uncertain journey.  How do we as followers of Christ unite […]

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Why Race Matters Part 2

I agree, all lives matter to God, that is not the problem. The problem is that we are in a broken upside-down world, a sinful, sinister, divided, dysfunctional world where all lives do not value the same. As long as we are in prison to race, we will not find the solution to this. Some […]

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#WeWin

Our society is in trouble.  We see the pressures all around us and fear that creeps in.  As far as Christianity, it has come to a point in our culture where it is as if the word Christian is like cussing, associated with the negative. It feels a lot of days like we are losing.  […]

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Digital – From the Heart

Digital communication happens every day. We swipe, like, post, comment, and retweet things constantly. What are we communicating? What message are we broadcasting? It is easier now, more than ever, to create something to broadcast to the world. We have countless ways to reach people through digital communication at the tip of our finger tips. […]

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Refugees are People Too

For most of us, what we know about refugees only comes from the media. Pictures of desperate people taking desperate steps to remove themselves from desperate situations. With people so broken, it is puzzling as to why our society is often so afraid of refugees. How easily are we forgetting that refugees are people too? […]

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