Colors of Life
by Alan Dowd

The scar of slavery remains on America’s soul. Times of racial violence, like those this summer, expose the scar and reopen old wounds.

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Exhibiting Our Hope for the World’s Future
by Richard Doster

It might help, then — in our time and place — to ask again about the hope that’s to brim within us: What is it? Why should it be contagious? How is it to be explained?

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A Scrambled and Schizophrenic Time
by Alan Dowd

Whether it’s the horror of war in a faraway land or the horror of abortion here at home, our fallen humanness allows us, enables us, tempts us, and encourages us to keep those things that are out of sight, comfortably out of mind.

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Winsome Warriors
by Phil Mobley

Arguing over controversial issues in new media exposes and amplifies what may be the greatest difficulty facing Christians in this phase of American cultural conflict: loving each other.

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Preserving 
the Stories of Ancient Christians
by Megan Fowler

“We decided to concentrate on preserving the cultural heritage, memories, and language of these communities by capturing oral histories. Supporting Christians now being displaced from the Middle East was a way to put my scholarship and training to practical use.”

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