This Christmas, as I see unbelievable and frightening events unfolding around the world, I have to remember one thing: God is in control. I don’t have to know the outcome of what is happening, because I know God deeply loves His creation, and He continues to enable triumph to arise from tragedy.
Sometimes we achieve clarity when we put an ideology into a different context. Our news media superficially celebrates those who fight for “equality” while denying it to millions through the violence of abortion. They go all Lady Gaga over someone who will stand for a whopping 11 hours to demand the death of innocent human life. Christ hung on a cross for a lot longer, and I’m pretty sure it was more physically tasking than standing in place in comfy pink sneakers. The difference? His sacrifice was so others wouldn’t perish.
Recently, I received an email from a father who told me of his love for his adopted son, Elijah. He wanted me to share a little of my experience, as an adoptee, with his amazing 8 year old. So, I thought I’d write him a letter…
It’s quite popular to join the fight against human sex trafficking. On college campuses across the country, one of the most uncontroversial efforts to engage in is fighting against this despicable human injustice. But those same campuses demonize those whose fight is the abolition of another, and more prevalent, human injustice—abortion.
In state after state, Planned Parenthood has been found guilty of its failure to report rape (here and here and here and here). So how do liberals allow them to accuse others of a faux “War on Women?"
Control. Someone has it. And, too often, it’s not you. We live in a culture that has disdain for self-control, unfortunately allowing all kinds of forces to remotely control so many aspects of our lives and the very definition of our humanity.
NAACP President, Benjamin Jealous, has announced his resignation from the nation’s oldest civil rights organization—two years prior to his official contract expiration.
It’s easier to ignore an epidemic if you pretend it doesn’t exist. Human history is full of examples of people looking away as atrocities were carried out all around them. One of the most invisible injustices today is abortion. We don’t see the carnage on violence-soaked TV.
A lot has changed in the 150 years since the Emancipation Proclamation. Despite the rhetoric from many liberals mouths that “nothing has changed”, we have a president of mixed racial lineage in the White House.