Tagged: reconciliation

The Abused Bride of Christ

By Catherine Kroeger Like an abused woman, the church is battered and bleeding—from a wound that she fails to recognize. Many evangelicals cannot bear to acknowledge that spousal abuse is an enduring problem within our...

Sunday in the South

By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Service starts at 11:00am at St. John’s Missionary Baptist Church. In eight months, Leah and I have never yet been on time. When we chain our bikes to the handrail on...

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...

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...