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Earlier today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new interim guidelines to communities of faith in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The guidance was offered by the CDC in an effort “to help communities of faith discern how... Continue...

This week, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) signaled its intention to force a new, sweeping security law on Hong Kong that would ban sedition, secession, and treason. While Hong Kong has its own Legislative Council that operates with a certain... Continue...

On Monday, Americans will observe Memorial Day, a federal holiday for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. Here are five facts you should know about this day of remembrance: 1. Memorial Day is often... Continue...

It’s been two months now that most, if not all of us, have been under some kind of stay-at-home order or quarantine due to COVID-19. Though many states are starting to slowly loosen some restrictions, our circumstances will probably not return... Continue...

For Terri, a mother of five from Wisconsin, life as she knew it began to unravel after her son, Curtis*, broke his collarbone. The high schooler received prescription opioids after a skiing accident in the early 2000s. This was long... Continue...

I woke up on Tuesday morning to the news that author and apologist, Ravi Zacharias, had died. For many, the news of his death is sobering. Zacharias was a giant in the faith. Through his life and ministry, he exercised... Continue...

I will never forget the Mount of Remembrance in Jerusalem. Such a quiet setting in the midst of a bustling city. A beautiful, tranquil place set apart for learning, reflecting, and resolving.   Resolving what? “Never again.”   If you... Continue...

Our jobs help us serve the needs of our neighbors and lead to human flourishing, both for the individual and for communities. Conversely, not having a job can adversely affect the spiritual and psychological well-being of individuals and families. For... Continue...

Years ago, I preached from Psalm 88. Psalm 88 is a dark psalm with a rather despairing tone. It ends with the psalmist saying that “darkness is his only friend.” I had conversation after conversation with people who told me... Continue...

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began to disrupt life in the United States several months ago, governments across the country have taken aggressive action to combat the spread of the coronavirus and mitigate its effects. At various points over the last... Continue...