What we’re missing in the female ordination debate is Jesus.

A few weeks back, Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church ordained three women, despite the SBC’s official position against women’s ordination. Predictably so, the Internet exploded. It seemed like half the church was celebrating this momentous occasion while the other half was up in arms. The topic of women’s ordination has been a defining debate in the … Continue reading What we’re missing in the female ordination debate is Jesus.

Citizens of Heaven, part 1

Understanding Christian Nationalism Slowly over the last several years and heightened in the last several weeks, we’ve seen the phrase “Christian Nationalism” crop up. While undertones of Christian nationalism have always been in existence, it seems like it’s been percolating more than usual in recent history and then exploded in the wake of Joe Biden’s … Continue reading Citizens of Heaven, part 1

A woman’s place is in the White House – and in the Church.

Believe it or not, this is not a political post though it may be controversial. No matter what side of the aisle you fall on, I think we can all agree this was a historic week with Kamala Harris becoming the first Black, first South Asian and first female vice president in this nation’s history.  … Continue reading A woman’s place is in the White House – and in the Church.

This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, do more than post a quote

For many people, this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday might be hitting harder than usual. While injustices towards our black brothers and sisters have been going on literally for centuries, it definitely felt like 2020 was the impetus for a renewal in the prioritization of racial reconciliation and justice. We began to see people come … Continue reading This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, do more than post a quote