The holiday season is a wonderful time that, for most people, focuses on family, friends, and fellowship. It involves traveling to see family, exchanging gifts and presents, and, if you are like my family, lots and lots of food. For most, the holidays are a time to reflect back on some of the best memories… Read More»
It was cold, but I didn’t care. I was watching a hockey game with my then fiancé, now husband, and even though there’s not an athletic bone in my body, my heart was full because I was with him. As the puck slid across the ice, I heard the crowd start yelling, “Sieve! Sieve! Sieve!”… Read More»
White folk have responded to recent protests by persons of color at Purdue and campuses and cities around our country in predictable ways. Many have labeled the complainants “cry-bullies” as if they are the ones at fault. Columnist Kathleen Parker believes the core problem is “an educational system that, for the most part, no longer… Read More»
The question I’ve been asked most frequently by people outside Faith Church since the Supreme Court’s legalization of gay marriage is what an organization like us plans to do now. I find that surprising because responding to decisions about how other people choose to live is at best the 88th note on our piano. We’re… Read More»
Pastor Viars explains why RFRA is an important step in preserving our state’s religious freedoms.
The Supreme Court’s recent gay marriage decisions have evoked strong responses from various corners of Christ’s church. Many have concluded, and I tend to agree, that while the Court left the question of legalized gay marriage in the hands of the state, that eventually—one way or another—gay marriage will be a reality in all 50… Read More»