Six Things for Christians to Remember This Election

Editor’s Note: this sermon (listen to it on the last page) is helpful to listen to even though the election is over.  It includes some great lessons that can help us heal as a nation.

Guest Post by Rev. James Forsyth, pastor of MacLean Presbyterian Church

It’s been easy to be cynical this election cycle. Too easy. In fact, it’s been hard not to be! But now that the election is here, we want to do better – better than cynicism. [Read more…]

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Mentoring Builds Character, Communities: Post by Robert Katende (QUEEN OF KATWE)

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It is a unique experience to see your life dramatized in a movie – as mine is in QUEEN OF KATWE. It is especially remarkable when the life being portrayed is not the one you thought you wanted. Choosing to step out for others and it turns out to be this amazing historic experience. [Read more…]

Petition: Tell the NFL to quit blocking the Cowboys from wearing a pro-police helmet decal

GUEST POST BY SHERIFF DAVID A. CLARKE, JR. [Read more…]

Kasich should stop running as “Hugger-in-Chief” – Presidents should not soothe citizens’ souls

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GUEST POST BY MARK MECKLER

It seemed like it had been a long day. [Read more…]

They Call Us Military “Dependents,” but Dependence Never Looked So Courageous

Guest post by Melissa Kulp Frankenfield

 

“I am of certain convinced that the greatest heroes are those who do their duty in the daily grind of domestic affairs whilst the world whirls as a maddening dreidal.” — Florence Nightingale

Fanning the home-front fires requires such a mundane heroism, an attention to domestic affairs while the world whirls. This is too often uncelebrated. [Read more…]