Category Archives: Social Justice

A Psalm for Today

I hear it in the news, from the Internet, in the neighborhoods, and in the city streets. I try to cover my ears, but the groaning is all around us. The pain. The cries. The violence. The sighs. The sickness. … Continue reading

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“Foreigners like these”

He was only 31 years old. For those of us who are U.S. citizens by birth, he was just like our grandparents in the 18th century. He was a “foreigner.” He was an immigrant from Guatemala. And he was homeless … Continue reading

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Good News in A Bad News Oriented Kind of World

The following is a blog written by one of my dearest friends and mentors.  I love this man. I believe if you knew him like I do, you would too.  He lives in Texas.  You have probably heard it said … Continue reading

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Yeah, Frank Could’ve Done That

Almost six months ago Frank’s life was set and planned. He had a beautiful wife and exciting plans to begin a family. Within a year or so they would have been expecting their first child. He was so familiar with … Continue reading

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Living life in the declarative

As you survey Christian history (or any movement in history promoting philosophical or social change) you might discover a seemingly “all-or-nothing” posture towards the christian faith.  Whether the motive was God-honoring or self-honoring, people were sold out to what they … Continue reading

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A Thanksgiving Sermon

WARNING! This is a rather long post as it is a sermon (and was a short one) that I gave at a Community-wide Unity Thanksgiving service this past weekend.  My prayer is that if you are reading this and are … Continue reading

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Tangible Hope for Tangible Hurts

First off, thank you so much to everyone who have been praying for our sweet boy Ian.  For those who do not know, over the last two months he has dealt with ear infections, the flu, bronchitis, and now a … Continue reading

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