How Can I Be ‘Slow to Anger’ in Today’s World?

My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry. – James 1:19Our nation seems to be teetering on what some call a revolt or revolution. The news is full of rioting, burning, and looting in the streets. Even "peaceful" protests seem... Read more

How to Recognize Today’s False Prophets?

Certainly charlatan preachers and so-called faith healers, who cheat, steal, and fool people in the name of God should be called false prophets. But perhaps theyre not the only false prophets in our society. Perhaps many of our false prophets are more secular in nature. Perhaps they write books, host television and radio programs, and... Read more

The antidote to despair in today’s coronavirus world

(Photo: Pexels/Polina Zimmerman)During this period when some of our synagogues are making only very tentative steps to reopen, how has our Jewish community been managing? Luckily for us, alternatives are always available, and that is why, we have been meeting weekly with our rabbi and his wife on Zoom. Every Friday, we study one of... Read more

MLKs Theological Case for Racial Justice (and Todays Thin Alternatives)

Every Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Americans celebrate the legacy of a man whose work profoundly advanced the cause for racial justice in the West. King was a man of many admirable attributesan eloquent orator, adroit strategist, and visionary leader. But most importantly, he was morally principled. His case for racial justice and the civil... Read more

Handling Todays Challenges | Devotional by Gail Rodgers

Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is Gods will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Today will come with its challenges. That is simply part of life. Some days have more challenges than others but each day we find opportunities to grow forward in our faith or... Read more

Christians can face at this time’s plague like historic Christians confronted theirs – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] Worldwide (MNN) E3 Companions believes Christians at this time can present the identical fearlessness as historic believers throughout two plagues that devastated the Roman Empire. How can Christians, who've the hope of Christs kingdom, reply in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and the struggling it has triggered around the globe? Jim Shannon of... Read more

Theologian Wayne Grudems Takedown of Christianity Todays Anti-Trump Piece Misses the Level | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] This week, theologian Wayne Grudem penned a bit known as, “Trump Ought to Not Be Faraway from Workplace: A Response to Mark Galli and Christianity In the present day for the conservative web site Townhall.  The CT piece, titled “Trump Ought to Be Faraway from Workplace” was so explosive, it even drew... Read more

Why Bible Translation Day issues for todays U.S. Church – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] USA (MNN) — Right this moment is Worldwide Translation Day, an event marked annually by the United Nations. Its rooted in a remembrance celebration of Saint Jerome, a highly-influential early Church chief. “Saint Jerome in his Study” by Domenico Ghirlandaio.(Picture courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) Saint Jerome translated many of the Bible from Greek and... Read more