For decades, Christians have prayed for an end to abortion. But are we truly prepared for what will happen next?
An editorial on racism I wrote in high school is sadly still relevant in our culture.
He was arrested with more than 100 members of his church.
We need to explain better what the Bible calls justice.
As a Christian, I am called to bear witness to these atrocities, and I am obligated to help these voiceless victims of genocide be heard.
This isn't a day to muddle through and hide in a crowd or a cubicle. This is a day of progress as led by the Holy Spirit.
The clamor for the federal government to be the solution for local problems, which will take center stage this weekend again, during the "March for our Lives," is largely misdirected.
Secular tributes fail to recognize that the forces he opposed—white supremacy, economic oppression and militarism—are spiritual realities in their own right, demonic powers that must be combated with spiritual weapons.
Bound together by providence, two friends whose families are rooted in the days of slavery fight injustice.
This was an important part of his vision for America's success.
Through the Awakening, the racial chasm was breached, slaves were humanized and whites were awakened to the evils of slavery.
Enough is enough.
America is truly in need of a cultural transformation that re-directs the moral compass of society.
Because of the Great Awakening, the consciences of many whites were awakened to the sin of slavery, slaves were humanized and spiritual and moral forces were unleashed that would spell its doom.
"We will win our freedom because the sacred heritage of our nation and the eternal will of God are embodied in our echoing demands."
More than 1 in 10 people say they have trouble controlling their own anger.
"We are not to bend to the sinful ways of the world but bear the light of truth found in God's Word."
Although African-Americans and women will join in the celebrations, there are still segments of Americans who do not enjoy the same freedom as everyone else
Houston's mayor would say yes.