Giving Thanks

On November 19, 2012 By

This Thursday, families all around the United States of America will gather around tables and, just before eating an enormous meal, take turns sharing something for which they are grateful.  Though for many it is more associated with turkey and football than, well, thanks-giving, Thanksgiving reminds us to express our gratitude to God for […]

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Last week, Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole wrote a compelling, provocative article in The Atlantic critiquing what he calls the “white savior industrial complex.”  Specifically mentioning the viral KONY 2012 video from Invisible Children, the New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof and the popular TED talks (each of which, I should note, I’ve […]

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Immigration can be an overwhelming topic.  While political pundits on both sides of a policy debate tend to reduce the matter to a simple, black-and-white issue, the reality is that immigration is complex.  There are economic, cultural and political ramifications to how we respond to the arrival of immigrants to our country. Christians also […]

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