This Just In


Something's happened. It's all over the news. For a lot of people, life will never be the same again. They've lost a loved one, or maybe everything they had—to terrorism, pandemic, natural disaster, or some other horrible tragedy. The world has shaken a little bit and it's going to take some sorting out. THIS JUST IN will help us do that, and remind us how God is always working for our good in Christ. Even when things are scary and confusing.
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This Just In: Martin Luther King, Jr.--The Man Who Had a Dream
January 18th, 2021
The hard walls of segregation and inequality have largely tumbled down. But hearts and minds are stubborn and slow to change. Old Adam is a racist, loving himself over others, loving his own against others. The summer of 2020 demonstrated vividly that we have a long and difficult road to travel before Dr. King's dream comes to its fruition....
This Just In: The Ultimate Resolution
January 1st, 2021
Happy New Year! Yes, finally, it’s the first day of 2021. Suffice it to say that most of us are thankful 2020 is now in our rearview mirror. ...
This Just In: There's More to Veterans Day
November 11th, 2020
"At the end of the day, nobody joins the military for the thanks. They join it because they love their country and what it stands for. They join because this is the greatest country on earth and they want to ensure that all present and future Americans can experience it as well. They join because instead of thinking 'If I don't do it somebody else will,' their mindset is 'I will do it so somebody ...
This Just In: Idols and Politics
November 4th, 2020
We are taught and reminded at all times, no matter what we see, no matter what we think we can or cannot accomplish, God is still in control over this world. Ours is not the might; God is the mighty one. ...
This Just In: The Real Enlightenment
June 15th, 2020
It's rather easy to have a heavy heart right now. We see plenty of darkness, feel plenty of darkness. With shut-downs we've been isolated from friends, from church, from work. We've been stuck at home—and those homes quite often have had complicated and hard stresses added: less money coming in, people on top of each other, and little ability to get out and decompress. ...