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Behold Our King

By Christie Purifoy What was true of King David and true of King Solomon has, in fact, been true of every person to whom we have bowed or pledged our allegiance. His feet are...

Celebrating Real Love on Valentine’s Day

By Kristyn Komarnicki How about we celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, not with red hearts and rhyming sentiments and roses but with spiritual hearts committed to discovering what real love looks like, love that is...

Morning Prayer

Thanks to Thee, O God, that I have risen today, To the rising of this life itself; May it be to Thine own glory, O God of every gift, And to the glory of...

Standing With Asylum Seekers

What Every American Needs to Know and Can Do to Respond to the U.S. Border Situation By Andre Henry Thousands of people seeking asylum are continuing to camp just below the southern U.S. border,...

How Silent Prayer Can Help Us Speak and Act

By Ed Cyzewski For the past three years, I have written for anxious, result-driven evangelicals, encouraging them to adopt the practice of contemplative prayer, which dates back to the desert mothers and fathers: an early...

A Safe Space and a Sense of Community

The House DC offers hot meals and hope for at-risk teens in one of the District of Columbia’s most challenging neighborhoods. The House DC after-school program has few rules and regulations. There’s little in...