Picture this: In the midst of a busy workday, you use your lunch hour to run errands and check some items off your never-ending list of to-dos. Along the way, you encounter a person holding a sign that says, “Need work. Please help.” This sort of encounter forces us to grapple with the reality of poverty… Read More
What is social justice, really? Can the ordinary parts of your life teach you anything about God? What does Wonder Woman teach you about the gender wars? And how did an atheist professor become a Christian? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Alysha Clark, Russell Moore, Seth Brown and Sarah Irving-Stonebraker in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Many people want to fix the problem of poverty. Very few are successful. Why do so many poverty alleviation strategies fail? Before we can answer this question, we first must understand what poverty is. Poverty is defined as a deficiency of necessary or desirable ingredients. When we dig into the root problem of poverty, we discover that the ingredients impoverished… Read More
How has Intersect impacted everyday Christians? What truths can transform how you work? Does Easter influence your social apathy? How can your church minister to singles? What can you learn from Lemuel Haynes? And what new book should be on your radar? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Dan Darling, Dante Stewart, Tom Nelson,… Read More
In recent years, evangelical Christians have increasingly taken steps to address issues of social justice. For example, we seek remedies for poverty, fight human trafficking and seek the end of abortion. As the church, we increasingly desire to walk in justice. This trend towards justice makes some of our brothers and sisters antsy. And for… Read More