Earlier this month, four Republican members of the U.S. House sent a letter to the U.S. attorney general recommending that he declare “the prosecution of obscene pornography a criminal justice priority,” and that he advise U.S. attorneys to start prosecuting the “major producers and distributors of such material.”
The Congressmen point out that as a candidate, President Trump signed an anti-pornography pledge stating he would enforce federal obscenity laws to stop the explosion of pornography. “This pledge has so far been ignored in the…
4 Reasons Christians Should Support Banning Pornography
A few years ago I wrote about about how there’s often an equipping effect to missions. Sometimes people are already faithful evangelists who then engage in cross-cultural missions, but at other times a Christian may develop a missional heart in the course of the journey rather than prior to it.
I’d like to encourage a similar posture toward the Christmas season. For some, December brings no discernible difference in their…
The central challenge to the church’s witness and effectiveness in the 21st century is the generosity of its members. So says James C. Petty in Act of Grace: The Power of Generosity to Change Your Life, the Church, and the World. Through the book, he puts forth a significant effort to get God’s money out of the wallets and bank accounts of Christians, particularly American Christians, and into faithful kingdom service. It shouldn’t be controversial for us to recognize that, as Petty asserts, a Christian should live to give.