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Today is National Doctors’ Day, and in the midst of a pandemic, it’s a timely reminder to approach the throne of grace on behalf of medical providers around the world. Below are just a few of the ways you can... Continue...

I asked two California pastors currently serving through local “shelter-in-place” regulations to share what their reality is like as they lead through the COVID-19 crisis. Pastor DJ Jenkins with Anthology Church of Studio City in Los Angeles, and Pastor Alan... Continue...

COVID-19 has brought on an uncertain, unprecedented season that will likely spur a mental health crisis. Multiple factors are involved: Anxiety from the 24-hour news cycle;  The inability to meet with people for gatherings like church and events; Stress from... Continue...

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the U.S. Congress has tentatively agreed to five rounds of emergency supplemental appropriations. Currently, two rounds have passed and signed by the president, one has passed the Senate and is pending in the House,... Continue...

We are all shaped by the events that we live through. I was born in 1998; I’ve never known a pre-9/11 world. I felt my parents go through the 2008 financial crisis. I graduated high school in the national turmoil... Continue...

I enjoy podcasts and find them to be a valuable part of my daily rhythms. During this season of social distancing, I think this flourishing new media can help fill the gap and get us out of our own heads.... Continue...

Add the coronavirus pandemic to the list of topics—like sexuality and transgender bathrooms—that we feel ill-prepared to talk to our children about. As parents, we don’t get to choose what subjects become forefront and relevant to our children’s lives. We... Continue...

Just a few weeks ago, our fridge was covered to the point of saturation with the latest school artwork, a note from the preschool, memory verses, a color-coded calendar, invitations, and more, providing a visual overview of the busy days... Continue...

Like many around me, I have thought about what is required of the Christian in a time of national crisis, much like the one presented to us with COVID-19. I recalled an essay in the collected works of Martin Luther... Continue...

Our community was just making progress in recovery efforts from a recent tornado when threats from the coronavirus re-ordered our lives again. Our daily rhythms changed quickly, but neither a tornado nor a virus has changed our gospel mission. In... Continue...