Thursday, November 10, 2016

Grandma Went to Woodstock


WHERE WE STAND
After Trump, Should Evangelical Christians Part Ways?
The 2016 election has revealed afresh a deep fissure — and a great opportunity.
Mark Galli
Donald Trump is now the president-elect. This fact is deeply discouraging for some evangelical Christians. Many fear that Trump's ascendency will only encourage racism and misogyny. Others see his election as a blow to immigration reform. Those concerned about religious liberty for all worry about the future of Muslims in our land. But Clinton's loss, and by extension, Trump's win, brings deep relief to other evangelical Christians. continue reading >>



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Quick to Listen
Should #NeverTrump and Pro-Trump Evangelicals Reconcile?
Ed Stetzer analyzes the divisions in evangelical voting and where the movement goes from here.
 
Women
Civil Discourse Is Key to Our Future
In a time of political angst and division, Scripture offers us a guiding principle.
 
The Exchange
No, Evangelical Does Not Mean "White Republican Who Supports Trump"
Labels matter. So do definitions. Evangelicals are best defined by their beliefs.
 
The Local Church
The Ambassador's Long Road to Rebuilding
When a crossed boundary put his ministry in jeopardy, the holy hip-hopper knew bouncing back wouldn't be easy.
 
Pivot
Grandma Went to Woodstock: 5 Principles for Pastoring a Vibrant Older Congregation
The generation that grew up on Led Zeppelin will affect our churches differently than those who listened to Lawrence Welk.
 
The Exchange
Lovekindness: A Post-Election Path for Christians in America
Democracy sees the value of dialogue for the common good.
 
Gleanings
Trump Elected President, Thanks to 4 in 5 White Evangelicals
Dramatic election ends with historic victory for Donald Trump.
 
The Exchange
Trumped: American Politics Turned Upside Down
Evangelicals made Trump's candidacy; now they need to help remake his presidency.
 
The Exchange
Evangelicals: This Is What It Looks Like When You Sell Your Soul For A Bowl Of Trump
When your ethics change based on wanting something to be one way or another (or one person to win or not), that's the definition of selling your soul.
 
Women
A Farewell to Michelle Obama
No matter where you stand politically, the First Lady has something to offer the church.
 
Quick to Listen
LifeWay's Jen Hatmaker Decision: What Evangelical Institutions Can Learn
Speaker and author Rosaria Butterfield explains why organizations must require more than early church creeds.

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