“I don’t want to live the next 1,263 days of my life trying to win the approval of people who never believed in me in the first place.”
“I don’t think security negates compassion… We have to be motivated by compassion, not by fear.” —Ann Voskamp
"I will...allow our representatives of faith to speak freely and without fear of retribution."
"If I'm going to give anything that's sacrificial and supposed to represent my faith in God, I'd better give my best and what I care about the most.”
According to Russell Moore, Gorsuch is "a brilliant and articulate defender of Constitutional originalism in the mold of the man he will replace: Justice Antonin Scalia."
After consistent public outcry, the Russian ruling body is revisiting laws it passed in 2016 which severely restrict the work of Protestant missionaries.
"This trip has helped me understand just how important community is, and how we're all just looking for something we can trust."
You can care about refugees and care about securing our borders. This is not a “liberal vs. conservative” issue. It’s not a “Republican vs. Democrat” issue. It’s not all black-and-white. There are shades of gray.
The parents of shooting victim Logan Cole have a very timely message to share.
"We will not rest until we restore a culture of life in America for ourselves and our posterity."
“The question for the American Christian is: Will we speak out on behalf of those who are running from the very terror that we are rightly trying to put an end to?”
If the bill also passes in the Senate, it will move to President Trump, whose office has already communicated his inclination to sign the bill into law.
"We’re rejoicing, and thank Jesus for these two precious little ones!”
Trump invited a diverse group of clergy to pray at his inauguration.
"Do not think of the molehill of moral and social disadvantages of a Trump presidency. Think of the Himalayan mountain range of blessings we have in Christ."
"Regardless of how you voted, it’s just obvious that this has had a negative impact on the reputation of Evangelicals."
Although our circumstances may not line up exactly with the exiles to whom Jeremiah writes, his instruction to keep their hope and their faith in God during a very troubled time is exactly on point with what we need to be praying during this season of our own history.
"Although his transition leaves a void for those of us who loved him dearly, we can celebrate and be happy for him, knowing he’s at peace.”
While his goal was simply to prepare for an acting role, Andrew Garfield ended up finding Jesus and “falling in love” with him.
President Obama's farewell speech can teach us all something about leaving well—whether we voted for him or not.