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We Too Easily Forget What Is Good about the Church

We Too Easily Forget What Is Good about the Church

In our culture, cynicism is easy, and it takes no effort. Any person can find fault with another person or institution with a couple of mouse clicks. Finding what is good, right, and beautiful takes a little more work. When we look at the church, there is much to mourn and repent over. Yet, there are also ample reasons for rejoicing.

Redemptive Agents: The Colson Fellows

Redemptive Agents: The Colson Fellows

One of the distinct characteristics of the Colson Fellows program is how many different strands of worldview and life are brought together and how desperately needed that integration is today in such a fragmented society. We have to learn not only to think and say what is true but live what is true, combining orthodoxy and orthopraxy. We need to do this in community with our brothers and sisters in the Church. There are so many more stories of Colson Fellows’ alumni I could share. If you’re interested in joining a Colson Fellows cohort near you, visit colsonfellows.org.

Planned Parenthood’s New Revenue Stream Is Not a New Direction

Planned Parenthood’s New Revenue Stream Is Not a New Direction

A new documentary from the Center for Bioethics and Culture tells the stories of three young women who believed they were not women and that they could become young men, only to regret it. The Detransition Diaries: Saving Our Sisters chronicles the experiences of Cat Cattinson, Helena Kerschner, and Grace Lidinsky-Smith, two of whom received hormone therapy at Planned Parenthood clinics. Though activists and media outlets pretend they do not exist, these are just three stories of a growing number of people once sure they were born in the wrong bodies but now know differently.

The Best Way to Fight the Culture Wars Is First to Focus on Jesus

The Best Way to Fight the Culture Wars Is First to Focus on Jesus

To counter the secularizing forces constantly at work, we must be deliberate and strategic about helping Christians think “Christianly.” In biblical terms, we must “destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:5, my emphasis).

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