An Easter Reflection on the Love and Mercy of Jesus

DO WHAT YOU CAME HERE TO DO (FOR HOLY WEEK) by Pastor Jonathan Martin The King comes riding into Jerusalem, on the back of a borrowed donkey.  The man rides like an apology, a slapstick parody of power, a send-up of pomp and circumstance.  The man rides under the weight of all our collective loneliness,

AG Sessions Promises to Blackmail Sanctuary Cities

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions (R) at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 27, 2017 © Jonathan Ernst / Reuters Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced today he’ll begin punishing sanctuary cities, withholding potentially billions of dollars in federal money — and even clawing back funds that had been doled out in the past.

Don’t Be a Beastly Christian

Don't Be a Beastly Christian by Christina Forrester ***May contain some spoilers on new additions to the live-action remake*** Like so many other little girls, Belle was a role model to me growing up. Beauty and the Beast always has been my favorite Disney film (a BIG deal for a Disney freak like myself) and

We Must Resist Trump’s Immoral Budget

Trump's new proposed budget would destroy countless lives and hurt the most vulnerable in our society, and we as Christians are outraged. President Trump has proposed a budget that will increase military spending by 54 billion at the expense of things like... Meals on Wheels National Endowment of the Arts PBS Housing programs Homeless shelters

Putting “the neighbor” above myself

When we vote, we often vote our self-interest. If you're a woman, you probably want equal pay for equal work and reproductive freedom - so you vote for the candidate who will give it to you. Perhaps you're a worker - and want the minimum wage to be raised. You vote for the person who

Watch What They Do, Not What They Say

By Christina Forrester It was obvious President Trump had a different tone last night – that cannot be denied. The words were better, the presentation was better. Some of the ideas and rationale behind it were even good. Breaking the cycle of poverty? Yes, obviously, Democrats will get behind that. But I love what Rachel

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