Tag: Salvation

Commentary: Why Christians Will Still Attend Church Sunday

Last Sunday, the morning an international prayer movement for persecuted Christians began, a gunman dressed in black tactical gear opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.  He killed at least 26 people and wounded almost everyone at the rural church. As I’ve prayed this week for Christians who are victimized for their

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What August Taught Us About Our World

Before we move through September, let’s take time to remember: August 2017 was a month we dare not forget. Through headlines such as Charlottesville, the Solar Eclipse, and Hurricane Harvey, the month of August revealed not only the worst about humanity but also the best. And since some of those events already seem like history,

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