Friendly warnings from meteorologists progress into evacuation orders from government officials. Clear, calm skies become dark. Gentle breezes transform into harsh winds. Dry air morphs into torrential downpours. Houses become quiet as the electricity goes out. Those of us who live in coastal areas are familiar with hurricane season and its signs. We watch our… Read More
In a separate article, I explain what it was like to come back after a Hurricane. One of the lessons I learned was that our communities need our help as they seek to rebuild. If the Lord is keeping you safe and dry during hurricane season, these communities need your help — particularly if you… Read More
What should you know about DACA and Dreamers? How are Christians helping Houston rebuild? In what ways can God use your job to reach the nations? And can you legislate consumerism away? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Joe Carter, Erin Davis and Andy Johnson in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
“This is the disaster of a century for our city.” My friend and Texas resident Josh Hemphill wrote these words to describe the catastrophic impact of Hurricane Harvey on the city of Houston. And there’s no other term to describe it than catastrophic. One of America’s most populous cities is underwater, and other communities along… Read More
Today is the day of the solar eclipse. Countless people across America have been waiting for. My aunt got on a plane to fly 4 hours to view it. Like many, I’m excited to safely view this phenomenon. But I’ve noticed that my excitement stems from a different place than my colleagues, and most people… Read More