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Our Naturalization Certificate

Pastor Eduardo Davila tells this story:

I have here an extremely important document. We all have important documents: a marriage certificate, the title ...

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How One Man Made Jury Duty A Delight

John Ortberg shares what he learned about civic duty and enthusiasm from being called to jury duty:

It was 9:00 on a Monday morning and I was one of 150 ...


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The Gospel Is Not a Generic Jingle

In the early 80s, an image campaign began in the city of Atlanta with the hopes of encouraging Atlantans to see their city with pride and hope—despite ...


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The Church Is the Conscience of the State

"The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide and the ...


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Young Adults' Views on Politics and Attempts to Change Society

In a 2011 book, researcher Christian Smith concludes that American young adults (aged 18-23) are becoming less involved in politics and in trying to change ...


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Woman Treasured U.S. Citizenship Above All Else

In his 2010 memoir, A Journey: My Political Life, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair shares the following story:

A friend of mine whose parents were ...

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Statistics on the Church and Politics

A 2008 study by the Pew Forum indicates many conservatives have changed their position on churches speaking out on political issues. Four years ago, just ...


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Our Hope Is Not in Politics

Many Christians, like most of the populace, believe the political structures can cure all our ills. The fact is, however, that government, by its very ...


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Immigrant Unaware of Legal Status

Wilfredo Garza lived the life of an illegal immigrant for more than 35 years. Year after year, he eked out a living crossing the border from Mexico into ...


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"Christians Without Borders"

I once had the great privilege of traveling to Cuba to teach on worship in a little seminary in Havana and to preach in some house churches. Cuba? Yes, ...


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