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As a pastor, this both excites me and raises some anxieties. It seems as though God has given those of us in rural contexts a wide-open door to reach more people for Christ. And yet, are we prepared for the ways this may change our communities?
Remember the influencer that you love and follow is probably having troubles, too. We’ve seen the deaths of countless stars who on the outside, appear to have it all, but on the inside were going through hell.
The process of building a biblical worldview begins in the home. However, this process is also either helped or hurt by what happens in the classroom.
I bring this up because the public-school education establishment (to be distinguished from the rank-and-file teachers, many of whom are dedicated public servants), often treat their customers as if they’re wrong, and as if the education elites know better than the parents.
On the Fourth of July, we commemorate America’s freedom — But we should also celebrate America’s faith
Celebrating faith on the Fourth of July may not be something a lot of us are used to. But as the U.S. begins to open up again, we face a unique set of challenges. We should not forget to recognize faith while commemorating our freedom. America was never intended to separate the two. Our forefathers recognized this, and we should too.
Have you ever heard the Aesop’s Fable about the belly and the rest of the members of the body? It is reminiscent of contemporary attempts to defund the police. There is a lesson to be learned.
Graduates, the peaks ahead of you continue to loom large. You may not be able to summit them alone, but you surely can, together — with God at your side.