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How Should Christians Respond to Mass Shootings?

How Should Christians Respond to Mass Shootings?

So here we are again, grieving for those whose lives have been forever altered by the senseless violence perpetrated by a sick and sinful individual. Too often, we offer thoughts and prayers because it just seems like the right thing to do rather than because our hearts genuinely mirror the brokenness felt by our heavenly Father. Let’s not forget that the Lord to whom we pray is grieving just as strongly as those who were harmed by the shooting, and a quick prayer devoid of any real intent or purpose is likely to ring as hollow to him as it would to those mourning in Highland Park today.

Coach Kennedy Shows What Religious Liberty Is

Coach Kennedy Shows What Religious Liberty Is

When religion is seen as non-essential, religious freedom is limited to “religious” activities like private prayer, church attendance, and personal piety. At the same time, “secular” is wrongfully thought of as “neutral” or “unbiased.” Faith is reduced to a hobby, and a highly idiosyncratic one at that. Spiritually inspired convictions must be kept safely within church, synagogue, and mosque walls, and out of the government and schools. This, however, is not religious liberty. 

Lean on God When You Are Tempted to Give Up on the World

Lean on God When You Are Tempted to Give Up on the World

This week, we’ve been exploring my assertion that it is always too soon to give up on God. No matter how dark the night, Jesus is still the “light of the world” (John 8:12). He will forgive every sin we confess to him (1 John 1:9) and transform any life entrusted to his grace (2 Corinthians 5:17). Here’s my problem: rather than give up on God, I’m tempted to give up on the world

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