Originally posted on the Center for Faith & Work. The American education system is shockingly unequal but Christians recognize the abilities that God has given to every child. Nicole Baker Fulgham encourages church communities to get involved in educational inequity in three practical ways. Click here to continue reading.
By Emma Green, originally posted at The Atlantic. Supporters of Trump’s budget are eager to restore the central role of faith-based organizations in serving the poor—but it’s not clear they can be an adequate substitute for government. President Trump’s initial budget proposal would end aid for poor families to pay their heating bills, defund after-school programs at … Read More
By Megan Mcardle, originally posted at The Atlantic. I have to say, I don’t understand the idea that one would separate one’s faith from one’s politics. For an agnotheist like me, all this means is a pretty healthy skepticism of prayer in schools. But if I did have a firm belief in God, I’d have a … Read More
God’s Saving Heart in a Firefighter, originally posted on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. “It’s not just adrenaline for the sake of adrenaline, it’s for a purpose; [it’s for] doing something that is meaningful in the preservation of life and property… [Adrenaline enables you to] really invest in the preservation process, physically and emotionally. That … Read More