Get Your Rest and Don’t Give up on Goodness in a Presidential Election Season

Are you worn out? Me, too. Should we give up on pursuing goodness for the world God had put us in? Not at all. It might mean taking a break right now, though. Go ahead.

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Where I Got My Affinity to Housekeepers, Floor Scrubbers, and Pizza Cooks

Seeing people as the people God loves means setting aside bias, prejudice, and preconceived notions of those unlike you.

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Being Overwhelmed by Politics, Pandemic … and Grace

Jesus’ love is overwhelming, and whelms over even the pandemic and politics of our present age.

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When Preachers Preach Wrongly: Why I Woke up With a Mood This Morning

When preachers deny racism, or sexism, or COVID-19, or other abominations against creation, they deny the Creator. The good news is that Jesus loves you despite their error.

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Why a White, Male, US Citizen Speaks on Race, Gender and Mental Health

Being in the most privileged demographic on the planet doesn’t absolve a person (i.e., me) from speaking out on oppression.

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Rampant Racism in America and the Church

Racism is insidious whether blatant or cloaked in innocent-sounding phrases. Perhaps even more so with the latter.

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Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in Hard Days: sometimes the victory is just getting out of bed

You got out of bed? Victory. You stayed in bed? Victory.

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Last Night My Wife Returned to Me

There’s a rightness to reunion with the right person.

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Yesterday’s Accusation: Tim Fall Is a Patriarchal Oppressor

Accusations can say more about where the accuser is coming from than what the accused has actually done sometimes.

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Oppression, Racism, Sexism, and the Pursuit of Social Justice: Following the Footsteps of Jesus

Oppression is real, and Jesus came to do something about it.

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