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Max Lucado Shares Three Steps to Loving One Another despite Political Division

Lucado believes that our political culture and present national discourse is not helping or serving our culture well. "Our society is politically divided more than ever before, I haven't seen anything like it before," the Oak Hills Church pastor shared.

So, how do we fix the division and general lack of happiness? Lucado believes there are three solutions.

Pastor Léonce Crump Weighs in on the Issue of Slave Reparations

Léonce Crump, Pastor of Renovation Church in Atlanta, is a busy man. Amid juggling personal and pastoral life, he offers undivided time and attention to address the issues of race in America. From his leadership position in his multiethnic church, Crump communicates with compassion and brutal honesty and isn't afraid to tackle one issue that is particularly pressing and is dividing our country and the American church—slave reparations.

Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Speaks on the Inadequacies of the U.S. Immigration System

Gonzales who was appointed by former President Bush – whom he considers a mentor and friend – has a driven and focused appetite for the law. Gonzales is both the first Hispanic top law enforcer for the nation and the current Dean of Law for Belmont University. When asked if he was surprised by how successful his law career has been, he is clear that trusting in God’s plan has sustained him through the years.

Bethany Christian Services Partners with Willie Moore, Jr. to Help Kids in Foster Care Find Loving Homes

There is a familiar statement that’s quoted often, "Behind every number, there is a name.” For the 400,000 children in the U.S. foster care system, they all have names. To Bethany Christian Services, one of the largest foster care and adoption agencies in the nation, every child is much more than a number. They are a person that deserves the love of Jesus Christ and the benefit of a stable family.

Jonathan Pitts Opens Up about How He and His Kids Are Doing following His Wife’s Sudden Death

When Jonathan Pitts hit the send button on his computer the afternoon of July 24, 2018, to send the book that he and his wife Wynter had worked on, he felt a sense of relief. Four hours after sending the book to the publisher, Jonathan was faced with the overwhelming heartache of losing his wife suddenly and unexpectedly at the age of 38. In a rare interview with Christian Headlines, Jonathan speaks candidly about being a widower and brings us up to date on how he and the girls are doing.

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