Hope cannot be divorced from lament; our hope for tomorrow has a context in the suffering and sorrow that surround us today.
Throughout his book, Sasse uses academic studies, data, personal experiences, and stories to tell an engaging and ultimately convincing argument about the problems we are facing and the importance of intentional engagement in community.
In a couple of hundred years when students in seminary study the period of time from 1950-2100, what names will be important? What movements will define this era?
While reading The Color of Compromise: The Truth About the American Church’s Complicity in Racism by Jemar Tisby, I realized that it bears some striking similarities to going through physical therapy: facing reality about one’s limitations, pushing through pain, perhaps doubting the process, but also—the joy of incremental progress and knowing that Jesus is our true source of strength.
Without a doubt King’s trip to Ghana was transformative and impactful. During this time of year when Americans focus on the life, words, and work of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, they feed themselves on the regular diet of “dream” and “mountain top.”
This is an interactive review of the new interactive film Bandersnatch, which is part of the science-fiction series Black Mirror on Netflix.