Politics & Devotion: Why I am not a one-issue voter

We are in the home stretch of personal and collective debates about which presidential candidate should win our votes and why. Many Christians believe that our faith demands we vote for Republican candidates because of the party‚Äôs more restrictive stance on abortion. I have a different approach that is anchored in freedom, not legalistic demands... Continue Reading →

Politics & Devotion: Goaded

Last week's disinfectant debacle is a really great object lesson. We can draw a simple principle from James 3.1: while all are uniquely gifted by God, teaching is for those called to teach. A more modern way to put it: we need to stay in our lane. The president's refusal to stay in his lane... Continue Reading →

To my Christian friends wondering how you'll survive the election of 2020, I completely understand your turmoil. The editorial last month in Christianity Today and the responses by Trump defenders accentuate the political division among Christ followers. I have certainly been very open about how the Trump presidency has been a burden for me personally,... Continue Reading →

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