This week, Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States. He deserves our support and respect as Christian citizens. Here is some of what that means.
Events last week in Washington, D.C. were historic in all the wrong ways. For those of us who train leaders, it was a case study in leadership failures culminating in disgustingly seditious acts. For Christians, it was embarrassing as Capitol-invaders carried symbols of our faith, appropriated...
Early Sunday morning, an email hit my inbox from a pastor announcing Jesus had told him to write a letter demanding President Donald Trump be impeached. He sent me the letter and wanted my support for his campaign. Any guess what the theme of his message was later that day?
Over this past weekend, the shootings in El Paso and Dayton (just after Gilroy) left many of us numb – devastated at the pain of the victims and angry about our cultural milieu contributing to random acts of violence. We have lost our spiritual, social, moral, and ethical moorings – no news...
It’s the week of a national election in our country and, no matter the outcome, pundits and pontificators will declare the results the end of western civilization. Not likely.
President-elect Donald Trump will soon be the leader of the free world. Evangelicals have been divided on his candidacy but need to be united in support of his presidency. What should be our response?
No matter who wins the presidential election, it appears the American people are about to get what they have asked for over the past fifty years – institutionalization of their rejection of moral authority.
While most people are caught up in the Trump vs. Clinton aspect of the upcoming election, there is another matter on the ballot in California which should motivate Californians to get to the polls.