Category Archives: Religious freedom

The experiment lives on

  I think we often forget that America was and is an experiment. At no other time in history has the setting and the resources been so right to begin a democracy. And the fact that the country is still … Continue reading

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Catch voices weigh in on shooting

“As a New Zealand member of the Catch Community, here on the ground, there has been a profound sense of shock and disbelief as this tragedy has unfolded before our eyes.” Dave, a Catch MemberPartner from New Zealand has given … Continue reading

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Hope follows tragedy

It was later in the day on Friday, March 15, the day of the shooting attack on a Muslim mosque full of worshipers in Christchurch, New Zealand, when I was sending an email to my friend and former college classmate … Continue reading

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America (still) in crisis

Os Guinness’s observations and prophetic challenges about America and culture are so spot on, they remain true over time and something that needs to grab our attention more than just once. I am re-releasing a summary of an interview we … Continue reading

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The new cultural revolution

I’m really excited that yesterday’s Catch received so many strong, positive comments. That does my heart good and encourages my soul that we are on the right track, and some of you are already picking up the mantel of grace … Continue reading

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Bringing respect back to the marketplace

I had a surprise visit from an old friend yesterday. I don’t see him often because he lives on the other side of the country, but he was passing through my town on his way to see relatives further south … Continue reading

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