What to Say When There is So Much to Say: Preaching in the Era of Trump

“When the media and the politicians keep rowing our people around, it will be helpful for preachers to drop a weighty anchor, steady the boat amid all the ripples, and look at political patterns in relation to the good news of Jesus Christ.” — O. Wesley Allen, Jr., author, Preaching in the Era of Trump [Read More…]

Finding Lasting Satisfaction in a Thirsty Culture

by Peter Burns Growing up, my family made many summer pilgrimages from the plains of the Midwest to the hiking trails of the Rocky Mountains. Every peak seemed like a challenge to me, as if, once I reached the top I would be able to see the whole world. But the funny thing about a [Read More…]

TGIF? I Don’t Think So…

Crucifixion was a spectator sport. It seems like it still is. And so, my friends, on this “Good Friday” I don’t want to (!) but I cannot help but think of Coptic (Egyptian) Christians slaughtered in their church last Sunday (Palm Sunday). I think of white supremacist, Dylann Roof, entering Bible study in a black [Read More…]