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Christian Democrat?

October 20, 2015

To be a Christian and a Democrat hardly seems possible to some, but there is more than the “one issue” of abortion to being a Democrat.

Evangelicals and Trump

September 30, 2016

There’s no point in denying it: evangelical Christians are supporting Donald Trump. While there are certainly pockets of the evangelical community firmly entrenched in the #NeverTrump camp, recent polls indicate that the reality TV star and real estate developer is having no trouble attracting conservative Christians to his campaign.

Free Religion is not Free Discrimination

March 31, 2015

When Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed Indiana’s version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law on March 26, it kicked up a firestorm of controversy and is already seeing a wave of backlash. is the rhetoric regarding the Indiana law and the Arkansas bill justified?

One Body

November 15, 2016

I am a white mother of a beautifully multiracial family, with four kids from four different countries and a fifth on the way. And though I have spent the last decade of my life believing that my sweet children (black and white) were equal and beloved in the eyes of my community, my country, and beyond, the past few years have eroded that belief—and broken my heart.

Voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton

October 28, 2016

Before becoming a pastor, I worked as the Legislative Assistant to Senator Mark O. Hatfield of Oregon, an evangelical Republican. And I’m voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton. Here’s why.

Revisiting Religious Freedom in Dordt v. Burwell

September 25, 2015

The United States Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit handed down an opinion in favor of Dordt College and Cornerstone University and their objection to the so-called “contraceptive mandate” in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The process, which began over three years ago, seems to be at some resolution as far as the schools are concerned.