Resources in News and Culture

At the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, the messengers passed a resolution on the anti-gospel of alt-right white supremacy. Among decrying racism, the resolution also made clear our belief that the Kingdom of Christ is made up... Continue...

The Bible speaks directly to multi-ethnic ministry. God’s picture of eternal life is one of every tribe, tongue, and nation. Travis Wussow discusses this with Trillia Newbell, Juan Sanchez, Afhsin Ziafat, and Josh Smith at the Southern Baptist Convention Pre-Conference.... Continue...

Amid all of the cultural conversations surrounding the role of technology in our society, Facebook has been at the top of the headlines. From issues over privacy and a recently announced crypto-currency, public opinion of the platform has shifted in recent... Continue...

The 2020 presidential election kicked off with double header debates this summer for the Democratic Party’s nomination. As Christians, we want to approach these debates and each election thoughtfully to engage as well-informed citizens. Longtime politico, Brent Leatherwood joins Jeff... Continue...

What just happened? For the past four months, hundreds of thousands of protestors in Hong Kong have been demonstrating in opposition to legislation by China’s communist government that would allow citizens of the semi-autonomous region to be extradited to mainland... Continue...

The Star Tribune ran an opinion piece drawing attention to the recent launch of a clinic for transgender and “gender diverse” young people at the flagship facility, Children’s Minnesota.[1] The opening of this gender clinic highlights the current trend within... Continue...

Sam Allberry shares what most singles wish their pastors or church leaders understood. Continue...

This summer brought an end to the latest legal challenge to ministerial housing allowances. June 13, 2019, was the deadline for Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) to appeal the Seventh Circuit’s decision in Gaylor v. Mnuchin to the Supreme Court,... Continue...

Not a day goes by that we don’t use some form of technology. Technology’s influence on our lives stretches back thousands of years to the use of shovels and spears. Whether it’s as simple as a chair or as complex... Continue...

As church leadership learns about abuse and begins to formulate policies, there is more work to be done—the church must be prepared to respond appropriately to disclosures of abuse in a loving, Christ-honoring way. Abuse of children is a sin... Continue...