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The Trump Conundrum of the White Female Evangelical Voter

A huge “Thank you!” to the 80 women who responded to the survey I posted in my previous blog, “Let it rip!—Donald Trump & White Female Evangelical Voters”.  Let it be said, “They let it rip!”   Their responses were candid, heartfelt, and … Continue reading

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Let it rip!—Donald Trump & White Female Evangelical Voters

This Friday and Saturday, January 29-30, Evangelicals 4 Justice (E4J) are hosting a ZOOM conference on Race, Gender, and Christian Nationalism to discuss the Impact of Trumpism on Evangelicals.  They’ve invited me to weigh in on the impact of Trumpism on Evangelicals, specifically on “the inroads of Trumpism … Continue reading

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“If only we’re brave enough…”

Yesterday’s inauguration of President Biden introduced us to a new voice. Twenty-two-year-old Amanda Gorman, the first person to be named National Youth Poet Laureate, became the youngest poet to read her poetry at a presidential inauguration. Her poem, “The Hill … Continue reading

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Virus as a Summons to Faith

In the early days of Covid-19, Professor Aisha Ahmad, University of Toronto (who is no stranger to suffering) offered this insight: Global catastrophes change the world . . . the legacy of this pandemic will live with us for years, perhaps decades … Continue reading

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The 2020 Ezer Surge

For a lot of people, 2020 is the year we’d most like to forget.  2020 will always remind us of the global Covid-19 pandemic. It’s been a year of irreparable loss of loved ones, jobs, businesses, even homes. Shutdowns have … Continue reading

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The Shadow Pandemic: Violence Against Women

The United Nations established November 25 as the official International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. It begins a sixteen day initiative of activism to end this global pandemic. They put substance behind this commitment by defining “10 … Continue reading

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National Love Your Red Hair Day!

With everything else on our minds today, let us not forget today is National Love Your Red Hair Day! Time to celebrate our favorite little redheaded ezer-warrior again. And we have plenty to celebrate. Arden is six now and in … Continue reading

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Where is God when trouble strikes?

In my opinion, the book of Ruth is perhaps the most shockingly relevant book in the Old Testament. I often describe it as a bomb that went off in my life. If you’ve only heard the traditional version—the Ruth and … Continue reading

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Redeeming Power

Dr. Diane Langberg’s new and utterly relevant book, Redeeming Power: Understanding Authority and Abuse in the Church, ships October 20 and cannot be released too soon! It is not overstating things to say this book is as desperately needed as … Continue reading

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Something to ponder . . .

“We are in a crisis: pandemic, racist violence, political uncertainty, cultural clashes, economic downturn. All this is exposing fragility of our lives and calls our way of life as individuals and society into question. The truth is we must be … Continue reading

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