In a world that can be so quick to “cancel,” Lindsey Paris-Lopez poses four ways we can have compassionate accountability.
Guest author Kevin Miller challenges the view of pacifism as a luxury, providing examples of its power and effectiveness. Enjoy this an eye-opening perspective on nonviolence.
In Part 2 of his God & Violence series, Pastor Adam Ericksen debunks a common interpretation of the biblical story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, offering insight into the nonviolent nature of God.
Why would a nonviolent God flood the earth? Pastor Adam Ericksen finds the God who flooded the earth scary and “not safe for children.” Learn why.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez draws on her personal experience to answer a critical question, exploring the nature of God and our search for truth.
Does Christianity cause violence or does it offer a path to peace? Suzanne Ross explores the relationship and history of religion and violence as a love story, illuminated by René Girard’s mimetic theory.
Adam Ericksen asks the big question, “Is God violent?” Taking a look at how Jesus interprets scripture gives us powerful insights.
The holiday season can be a time of joy and celebration, but sometimes bring up pain and the feeling that you don’t belong., Lindsey Paris-Lopez shares a poetic letter to remind you of an important truth: you are loved.
Suzanne Ross ponders on the doctrine of the Incarnation and brings up insights that will change the way you think about yourself, your relationships, and where God is present in your life.
Social media often gets a bad rap for being an arena for comparison and competition, but it can also be a way to genuinely (and healthily) connect with others. In this post, Pastor Adam Ericksen shares his 4 tips to foster healthy relationships online.