Resources in News and Culture

Don’t let the title fool you: The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction is not a pedantic self-help book—it is a clarion call to a life of loving God and loving others. An anxious pace  Author... Continue...

In high school, during the summers, I volunteered as a camp counselor for the YMCA. Back then, part of the training materials they gave me was a book called The ‘C’ in YMCA. (YMCA stands for Young Men’s Christian Association).... Continue...

Anti-Semitism is tragically alive and spreading in the United States. As the Washington Post recently reported, violence against Jewish communities has been particularly apparent in recent news. From the shootings at the kosher deli in New Jersey by Black Hebrew... Continue...

Mika Edmondson discusses how the diversity of the Kingdom should motivate us to pursue a diverse church.  Continue...

I was sitting in Panera when I received a text message from a friend and colleague: “Roger Scruton has died.” I was with my family and a widow from our church, holding back tears until I could get in the... Continue...

The new year has already been a blur in many ways. From an international crisis to the continued focus on the presidential election this fall, 2020 has the potential to be a history-making year. But another set of stories that... Continue...

In 2016, as in every presidential election year, there was no shortage of writing and descriptions of evangelicalism—from exit polls about the infamous 81% of white evangelicals who voted for then candidate Donald Trump, to those who were choosing to... Continue...

“Be careful” was the cryptic text I received from a respected Christian leader and a close friend after a series of politically charged tweets I posted online in 2016.  “I think most people agree with you, but you need to... Continue...

What resources would you recommend to women who desire to learn theology in the midst of everyday life? Continue...

Reading is one of my favorite pastimes and has been for as long as I can remember. I have fond memories from my childhood of staying up into the wee hours of the night, devouring books. My mom read aloud... Continue...