Can the church find hope again?   I’m heartbroken, in shock and saddened. Rachel Held Evans, one of the pinnacles of Progressive Christianity, met Jesus face-to-face yesterday. She dared us to see the world from the stance of Christ and be His hands and feet.   Her words are threaded throughout my thesis and
  “Good Christian women leaders/people ought to stay in their place.”   “Disruption always does more harm than good.”   “Legacy is for the rich.”    Lies, lies and more lies.   If like me, you’d bought into that narrative, you’ve been misled.   For the past few years, I’ve been captivated by the stories of two men:
    The root of Christianity is to walk in a Christ-like way. Jesus was a compassionate man who ate and worked with all members of society, never fearing those who endured the most trauma and hardships, even if it meant they displayed signs that some may deem as unworthy to society at large.  
  Remembering Parkland is more than just taking a moment of silence. It’s understanding that all of Generation Z has been impacted by high school shootings.   Too many Christians are standing up for their rights and turning a blind eye to the struggle that every high schooler faces. As you prepare your sermons and
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  Are we willing to love the marginalized?   Last week my younger sister headed back to college. Like thousands of other people our age, there were multiple flights, shuttles, dorm keys and bus schedules to coordinate.   Due to a misplaced dorm card and late check-in schedule, there were a couple of hours where