Dear Pastor, Love Your People Enough To Preach About Abortion

As I have facilitated post-abortion Bible studies for women hurt by past abortions, one thing that regularly comes up is the silence of the Church and, more specifically, the silence of church pulpits. I wonder if pastors realize how often women hurt by abortion list their pastor’s silence as one of the things they need … Continue reading Dear Pastor, Love Your People Enough To Preach About Abortion

When Fallen Christian Leaders Are Confronted: What We Can Learn From King David

  My brothers, if anyone among you wanders from the truth and someone brings him back, let him know that whoever brings back a sinner from his wandering will save his soul from death and will cover a multitude of sins.(James 5:19–20) King David sins. In 2 Samuel 11, God records an egregious account from … Continue reading When Fallen Christian Leaders Are Confronted: What We Can Learn From King David

Except In The Case Of Rape: Rethinking Pro-life Exceptions

Many people who consider themselves pro-life concerning abortion will make an exception in the case of rape. We are told, and many are convinced, one must make this exception to be a caring person.  Rape is horrible violence against women. Rapists should be punished and the victim protected and helped, but when a child is … Continue reading Except In The Case Of Rape: Rethinking Pro-life Exceptions

Jesus Came At Christmas With An Easter Purpose

The Christmas holiday is full of fun family traditions: putting up the Christmas tree, listening to our favorite Christmas music, baking treats for neighbors, and purchasing presents for friends and loved ones. I have a few nativities I set out. The nativities are my favorite Christmas decorations because they represent the true meaning of Christmas.   … Continue reading Jesus Came At Christmas With An Easter Purpose