Tagged: election

After the Election

By Benjamin Capps If you’re anything like me, this past election season felt like an assault on my sense of humanity. The constant fact checking, the chaotic social media culture, and the twenty-four hour...

Behold Our King

By Christie Purifoy His feet are clay. As has ever been true of kings. Some might say there is nothing in this to grieve. Nothing to cause fear. Certainly no reason for surprise. What...

Now What?

By Elrena Evans The 2016 presidential election is over. Donald Trump is president-elect of the United States of America. Regardless of how you voted, there’s little doubt that this election was unlike anything we’ve...

Fear Itself

By Jon Carlson “Fear is the beginning of despair even as hope is the beginning of daring.” – Thomas Aquinas How often have you felt despair this election season? A little pessimism here, some...

Faith and Patriotism

By Anna Baker I consider myself to be a patriot. I am thankful for the rights that American citizenship brings to my everyday life, and I am thankful for those who have fought for...

Who is Your Neighbor?

By Jon Carlson “Fixating on differences leads us to ignore glaring commonalities.” – Christena Cleveland Do you picture Jesus as liberal or conservative? Put another way, do you assume that Jesus more or less...

See You at the Polls?

By Elrena Evans The presidential election is one week away. Organizations like Rock the Vote, Project Vote and Voto Latino are working hard to increase voter registration and, ultimately, turnout. Both Donald Trump and Hillary...