June 24, 2022 in Blog

Fleeing from Quarrels toward Creole

(Curtiss DeYoung (lead author) and contributing authors Jacqueline J. Lewis, Micky ScottBey Jones, Robyn Afrik, Sarah Thompson Nahar, Sindy Morales Garcia, and ‘Iwalani Ka’ai,  Becoming Like Creoles: Living and Leading…
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June 23, 2022 in Blog

Guest Post – Resisting the Tyranny of Immediacy: Cultivating Patience in Digital Spaces

In Western culture, and especially in America, patience is rarely considered a virtue. Increasingly, we celebrate impetuosity. The punchline of a recent New Balance commercial, for example, is “impatience is…
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June 21, 2022 in Around the Web

It’s time for data-first diversity, equity, and inclusion

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June 21, 2022 in Blog

Book Review – The Bible Told Them So: How Southern Evangelicals Fought to Preserve White Supremacy

In his essential study on the role of prophetic religion in the death of Jim Crow, David L. Chappell writes, “White supremacists in the South failed to get their churches…
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June 17, 2022 in Blog

Fatherlessness, Whether Chosen or Not, Is Still a Tragedy 

Take up the cause of the fatherless.Isaiah 1:17 America currently has the largest percentage of children raised without two parents in the world (23% compared to 7% for the rest of…
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June 16, 2022 in Around the Web

What My Father Did Not Tell Me

by Marvin Olasky, @MARVINOLASKY
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