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A woman wearing a blue face mask holds her sleeve up on her right arm to reveal a blue bandage, representing having taken the COVID-19 vaccine

Pastor’s wife advocates for vaccines and receives death threats: A call to courage that glorifies Jesus

Post-pandemic cosmetic procedures and escalating depression

Post-pandemic cosmetic procedures and escalating depression: Making a counterintuitive case for Christian optimism

The exterior of a Texas Roadhouse restaurant

Texas Roadhouse founder takes life after COVID struggles: How to help those contemplating suicide

A woman sits in front of a window with her arms clasped around her knees

During a pandemic, how can we overcome an epidemic of loneliness?

A grandfather hugs his grandson and granddaughter

Is a “historic” summer coming? Redeeming a terrible year for a brighter future

Sandra Lindsay, left, a nurse at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, is inoculated with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine by Dr. Michelle Chester, Monday, Dec. 14, 202

Marking a COVID-19 “turning point” in history: Hope on a hard day and promises that empower

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates late in the the NFC Championship game against the Green Bay Packers, Saturday, January 24, 2021 in Green Bay, Wis.

Super Bowl conspiracy theories and COVID-19 vaccines: The urgency of reason for our culture and our faith

A Chick-fil-A restaurant employee wears a mask while taking an order in the drive-thru lane of the business, Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020, in Orlando, Fla

Chick-fil-A manager intervenes in vaccination snafu: The power of courage and the liberation of limitations

a rose has fallen out of a broken clay pot

After a shattered year, where is our hope?

Sleeping National Guard Troops at the Capitol

National Guard troops sleeping in the Capitol: Finding transcendent hope in hard days

Nick Saban

How COVID-19 helped college football’s greatest coach find more joy: A lesson on approaching each day with gratitude

A marathon-running Santa Claus with a cause: The privilege of meeting needs with grace

A marathon-running Santa Claus with a cause: The privilege of meeting needs with grace

Should your church move to virtual-only services?

Should your church move to virtual-only services? Three factors and a liberating prayer

Are the vaccines safe?

Are the vaccines safe? Answers to common questions and a prayer for knowledge and discernment

Homeless man now feeds hundreds a day

Homeless man now feeds hundreds a day: Finding our empowering purpose through service

Is the COVID-19 vaccine ethical?

Is the COVID-19 vaccine ethical? Abortion, loving our neighbor, and the priority of biblical wisdom

Turning PPE into bricks: The most read Bible verse of 2020 and the hidden danger on the path to God's best

Turning PPE into bricks: The most read Bible verse of 2020 and the hidden danger on the path to God’s best

Grandmother shoots buck from the kitchen window: The courage to respond biblically to "the worst event this country will face"

Grandmother shoots buck from the kitchen window: The courage to respond biblically to “the worst event this country will face”

A stained glass image of the Apostle Paul, edited so that a present-day face mask covers his nose and mouth.

Why I believe the Apostle Paul would choose to wear a mask

Volunteer Scot Wingo places food atop a car to minimize face-to-face contact during a North Texas Food Bank drive-thru event.

North Texas Food Bank gives out 600,000 pounds of food for Thanksgiving: A lesson on serving God by serving others

111320-chili-peppers

Chili peppers can help us live longer: The crises of our day and the power of community

Inflatable pumpkins and a ghostly decoration sit outside of a home

Neighbors decorate mother’s home for Halloween in memory of her son: Six steps to the hope we need today

In photo provided by the Washington State Dept. of Agriculture, an Asian Giant Hornet wearing a tracking device is shown Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 near Blaine, Wash.

Two-headed snakes and murder hornets: The power and privilege of faithful courage

A single large pumpkin hides behind leaves

Why “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” is so relevant to politics and religion today

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