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City Denies North American Mission Board Permits to Build Missions Complex

Clarkston, Georgia is a unique suburb nestled on the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia. It was named by the US Census Bureau as one of the most diverse cities in the United States. To many in the Atlanta area, Clarkston is known as a quiet city that welcomes refugees – it was designed to do so during the Reagan administration.

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.

Innocent Man on Death Row Shares How God Used His False Conviction to Share the Good News

It had never crossed Anthony Ray Hinton's mind either, who as a young 29-year-old man had only known living life as a sheltered and marginalized black man, having grown up in the sunbelt of a little small Alabama town outside of Montgomery. Hinton served 30 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. He only saw the sun for an hour a day and never knew or even at times believed that he would see the sun as a free man again.