HOT TOPIC: What the Church Needs to Know About Immigration

An Interview with Jenny Yang, Vice President of Advocacy and Policy for World Relief Immigration was one of the hot-button issues of the last presidential election, and it continues to be a divisive issue in the halls of Washington DC today. Unfortunately, far too many Christians and evangelical churches are uneducated on this important issueContinue reading “HOT TOPIC: What the Church Needs to Know About Immigration”

Remembering Birmingham: Dr. Martin Luther King’s Letter to America – 50 Years Later

In our “Christians Celebrating Black History” Series, we have featured Edward Gilbreath’s book Reconciliation Blues by defining racial reconciliation and the challenge of being a black evangelical in a white man’s world, discussing America’s race issue and compliance of the American church, and pondering the connection between racial reconciliation and evangelism. Today, I share aContinue reading “Remembering Birmingham: Dr. Martin Luther King’s Letter to America – 50 Years Later”

#RacialRec: Voice # 8 ~ Hispanic American ~ Lilia Ramirez

I am so excited to introduce one of my dear friends and mentors, Lilia Ramirez. Lilia is a Naval Academy graduate and retired Navy Commander. I have had the pleasure of working for Lilia as she continued to serve our country beyond her military career. She has graciously shared her story here: In a previousContinue reading “#RacialRec: Voice # 8 ~ Hispanic American ~ Lilia Ramirez”