As I travel around the country speaking to various groups, I often spend time talking about the leadership crisis facing the church.
These are testing times. For those of us who come from various Christian Evangelical traditions, a divide is brewing.
Jesus was an undocumented child refugee.
Earlier this week, I outed myself as an Evangelical – though progressive I may be.
Being part of a non-denomination church has both advantages and disadvantages.
The Blood Moon passed across the sky last Sunday as Sukkot began, signaling what many Christians believe to be the “beginning of the end.”
We are often defined by names, titles, gender.