Dear Friends: Last week at the invitation of Interfaith Ministries of Houston, I attended the march in Houston in memory of George Floyd and protesting against racial violence. Some of you have expressed questions about why I made that choice and I wanted to take a moment to talk about it. First, I think that […]
Like many pastors and preachers, I have received the message – both implicitly and explicitly – that I ought to “keep politics out of the church.” I feel like this is one of the most misunderstood ideas in the 21st century church. “Politics” are the conversations and discernment about how we should best live out […]
The Gospel is not a pat on the back for good people.
It is comfort for grieving people.
Hope for broken people.
Love for hated and lonely people.