BioLogos: Rooted in Scripture and Animated by Science

I remember first hearing about BioLogos at the AAC&U National Conference in Washington, DC in 2010. In truth, I was surprised to meet evangelical Christians at this noted academic conference, which generally featured presentations far removed—geographically and philosophically—from the pews and pulpits of our nation. BioLogos has continued to surprise me ever since.First headed by noted and respected scientist and author Francis Collins, the group has placed itself squarely in the middle … [Read more...]

The Fault In Our Stars by Ruth Moon, feat. Samuel Rodriguez

To a visitor at Mars Hill Church’s Bellevue, Washington, campus, the church service looks much the same as it has for months, as churchgoers stream into the historic theater building that houses the church. The name is gone, though, changed to “Doxa Church,” and Pastor Mark—as church members and staffers call Mark Driscoll—is not there. And he will not be coming back: The pastor who grew Mars Hill Church to a more than 12,000-attendee multisite megachurch resigned Oct. 14 after a year in which h … [Read more...]

Hispanic Evangelicals Could Determine GOP Presidential Nominee by Rev Samuel Rodriguez

 The next presidential election cycle, which already is beginning to take shape, will be a decisive moment for voters to reaffirm our country’s devotion to the Biblical values that make the United States strong. The Hispanic faith community particularly has made clear it will support leaders who share their commitment to reforms that align with the Word of God and respect the dignity of all His people. To be sure, Latinos will play a decisive role in the next election. A r … [Read more...]

Education Reform Possible

Carlos Campo

As a lifetime educator, one of my many prayers for 2015 is that people of faith in America will more fully engage in public education and turn the public conversation about high education standards away from political wrangling to focus on improving educational outcomes for all. Lost in 2014’s criticism of what became known as “Common Core” was that normed, higher standards are already working, and that they hold promise for a brighter educational future for all of God’s childre … [Read more...]

Bridging the Church-School Divide

This year, for the first time ever, white students are not the majority in U.S. public schools. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, minority students, when added together, make up a new majority in K-12 schools. The shift is largely fueled by growth in the number of Hispanic children. What are the educational implications of this new American reality?For one, it looks as if we must make more drastic changes if we are going to meet President Obama’s goals for his “ … [Read more...]

Make Careful Decisions When Choosing the Right College

Few events bring with them the mixture of hope and anxiety as does our children’s transition from high school to college. On the positive side, this is a time of exciting change, as our children progress from adolescence to adulthood, and prepare for life and work in a learning environment full of opportunity. As Christians, we approach this transition knowing that the most important part of a student’s development is spiritual, a component that some schools neglect. The secularism we find on mos … [Read more...]

We Must Make Difficult Decisions

Campo Huckabee Sanchez NHCLC 8.22.14

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5 Things a Sermon Needs

The word “sermon” comes from an old Latin word meaning “discourse.”  But a sermon is far more important than a speech.  A properly prepared and delivered message is a powerful thing – God’s truth delivered through the voice of a herald. In most church services, the sermon is a central element.  It’s too important to cut-and-paste.  It deserves focus, skill and passion. So how do you preach a sermon that is faithful to the text, honors God, and con … [Read more...]


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