Racial and Political Prejudices: Pastorpedia

I am scared to write this  At least a little afraid, in the sense that I write this early in November, and I wonder what will happen, before you read this, in the media or on the streets or even in churches that complicates the racial tensions even more. It is a shame on us, and sometimes a bad mark …

Politics and Government: When to Say Something

We have a King plus “Caesar”! “We have no king but Caesar!” is the original quote, a loud shout from the religious leaders to Pilate when he asked if he should crucify their king (John 19:15). But we do. As citizens of our country we have a double obligation, and at times must choose to deal with higher issues than political parties …

A Biblical Look at Racial Tension and Injustice

Conversation with Dayne and Ana Carraway In light of recent events, it is evident that racial tension and injustice are still prevalent in today’s culture.  As followers of Christ we have an opportunity to fight against racism, but often do not know how.  Eric Miller, director of ministry operations for CE National, sat down with Dayne and Ana Carraway to …

3 Keys To Leading In Crisis

By Timothy D. Sprankle Crisis may come at any hour. It does not wait until we’re armed and equipped, locked and loaded, dressed and ready for the day. Like a thief, crisis may come when we are settled down, tucked in, and checked out for the night. In a moment, you’ll be awake, and perhaps, afraid. However, if you are …