Last month I wrote the first of (hopefully) three blogs addressing current issues I see hindering the witness of the Church today. The first being our view on race which you can read here. The second, which I will be focusing on today, is our view of the foreigner. Should America accept refugees? Talk about … Continue reading The Sin of Safety: Why Accepting Refugees Shouldn’t Be a Question
As all now know, yesterday the ballots were cast and Americans have voted in the 45th president, Donald Trump. As I woke up this morning to the news and spent the good part of an hour scrolling through Facebook posts and Tweets, my heart was both encouraged and greatly troubled by the cheers and complaints I … Continue reading Why Everyday is Election Day
Have you ever asked that question? Recently this question has been on my mind a lot as the final debates finish and people prepare to vote (or not vote) next month. I've seen a lot of articles, interviews, and news headlines showing where Christians are in this political season. Some are out parading an elephant or a … Continue reading Where is Jesus in the Political Election?
I'm sure by now we are all well aware of the events that have taken place in Paris, France this past weekend. (For those still in the dark, scroll through your Facebook timeline and you will soon find answers to your questions [or click here].) As I sat and read the headlines and watched footage of the … Continue reading Why My Facebook Remains French-less