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Seeing the City Through Old Testament Eyes

Just like the prophets of old, we have the incredible privilege of working alongside the Lord to promote human flourishing for all.

Why God Loves the City

God calls us to be for the city by cultivating and growing healthy aspects of culture while fighting to correct all forms of brokenness and injustice.

3 Ways to Engage in the Fight for Human Dignity

Affirming the life and dignity of the human person is not a secondary task for the believer but an integral part of the Christian life.

10 Key Indicators of Racism in America Today

Racism in America today means that racial minorities continue to experience significant discrimination and hardship in 2020. Here are a few reasons why.

When the Unborn Aren't Human

When we dehumanize others to make our lives more comfortable, we refuse to acknowledge their human rights or affirm their God-given dignity.

Is Poverty a Problem for the Church or the State?

Just governments are not enemies of the church but partners in the fight against suffering, oppression, and injustice.

The Clinic or the Clothes Hanger: Why Women Deserve Better Than Both

No woman should ever have to experience the humiliation or mortal dangers associated with back alley abortions, but legal termination is not the answer.

Can Christians Be Pro-Life and Pro-Women?

Gospel feminism is to see women as being equal to men in God’s likeness and to align our definitions of her dignity, identity, and purpose with His.

9 Effective Fundraising Strategies for Nonprofits

Fundraising is an inescapable part of being at a nonprofit. And normally the most stressful aspect of your everyday rhythms. But it doesn't have to be. Here are 9 effective nonprofit fundraising strategies. Don't just use them in isolation—find the right mix of tactics to help your organization thrive today!

Christianity and Racism In America

Christians should care about racism in their cities because racial unity is a gospel issue. The Christian response to racism should be to prioritize racial unity.

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