Type 2 diabetes is approaching pandemic proportions across the region.
“Leave Her Alone”
What Jesus has to say to both abusers and victims of sexual harassment.
Where Are They?
Going back to a church and a community where you once pastored or fellowshipped is always an emotional experience. It’s encouraging to see […]
A Reformation Event Reminds Us That Jesus Is Coming Soon
Although we do not want to be perceived as alarmists, it is obvious that we are living in the last days of Earth’s history.
When Giving Thanks Is Not Enough
Having a thankful heart—and showing it—is not an end in itself.
95 THESES For the Continuing Reformation
Light Bearers co-director offers a personal perspective on guiding principles for the future
We’re All Targets
After we heard reports of the shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, my wife asked if I thought anything […]
Women of the Reformation
Remembering the women who made a historical impact.
Celebrating 500 Years of the Reformation
Why Christians should pause to remember and rejoice this special anniversary.
The Reformation and Oppression, Corruption, or Abuse of Power
Both Luther and Jesus were victims of injustice
Lighting Candles or Cursing the Darkness?
During the past few months, mind-numbing events have reminded us that, ultimately, this world is not our home. Across the globe, we are […]
Making Sense of Papal Infallibility
On September 26, 2017 world media reported that a group of 40 prominent conservative Roman Catholic scholars and clergy charged Pope Francis with […]
Goliath, and David: The Eclipse
The heavens still speak for God’s glory.
God’s grace embraces us even when we can’t forgive ourselves
The Heat is Turning Up
The signs of Jesus’ coming call us to embrace God’s mission before it’s too late.