Immigration
by Susan Fikse

Confronting our own fears may be the most difficult reform we face.

Read the Article
Everyday Evangelism
by Richard Doster

Listening, Building Trust and Providing a Safe Place to be Truthful.

Read the Article
One Month in a Dress
by Zoe Erler

Claire Seaton wore the same dress every day this past October. In fact, the high school senior has done so for the past three Octobers.

Read the Article
The Spiritual Costs of the Missing Family
by Susan Fikse

“If policy makers are concerned about poverty, crime, child well-being, rising economic inequality, and the fiscal limits of the contemporary welfare state, they should recognize that the nation’s retreat from marriage is closely connected to all of these issues.”

Read the Article
Reaching Out to the Mentally Ill
by Susan Fikse

Our calling as followers of Christ is not to “fix” the mentally ill, but to follow Jesus into relationship with them.

Read the Article