Vancouver Broadway Street is buzzing with life. Today is Greek Festival Day. Life music accompanies the celebration of a culture and its people. The smell of food is inviting and people join long patient line-ups to sample Greek cuisine. 1,589 more words
Tags » Social Concerns
Typically, we assume that our character traits must be consistent across all aspects of our lives. A devoted partner is also a loyal employee. The same person must also be dedicated to pet owner and a steadfast patron to their favorite establishments. 2,070 more words
Alienating and Marginalizing Evangelicals and "True Believers": nuancing the LGBT argument and reaching its natural limits
Click here to read the July-August edition of the Emmaus Visitor, on its way to mailboxes all over the Racine Metro Area.
In this summer’s issue: Celebrate Kermés (or Fermés, if you will) ☼ Neighborhood Camp Needs Food Helpers ☼ National Night Out ☼ Cool Community Meal ☼ Walk for Water ☼ ‘Planting Seeds’ ☼ Synod Assembly Report ☼ RUGN Garden ☼ New Carpeting, Upholstery ☼ ‘God’s Work, Our Hands’ Sunday ☼ Pastor Joins Human Rights Commision ☼ Keep Lake Michigan Cliean ☼ ‘Joined in Mission’
Among a few different books authored or co-authored by Kevin DeYoung this year is What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality?, which is a timely, respectful contribution to the conversation regarding same-sex relations in the church. 1,764 more words