Pastoral Thoughts For Politically Anxious Christians

By scottsauls | October 31, 2016

  Warning: This post is roughly three times the length of my average essay. My prayer, given the cultural moment that we are in, is that what lacks in brevity here will be made up for in recovery of gospel sanity. I welcome your comments, but please be kind. Oh, and one more thing. If […]

Rejecting Fear in the Divided States of America

By scottsauls | October 10, 2016

If anything, Sunday’s presidential debate revealed the unstable nature of our current cultural moment. A quick glance at the news or the average social media feed reveals an undercurrent of outrage. Anger and disdain is apparent in many places, including what many believe is the most polarizing, bizarre presidential election cycle that we’ve ever experienced. The Republican candidate is a […]

Healing the Lonely in You and Me (Guest Post from Ann Voskamp)

By scottsauls | October 2, 2016

  Every now and again God sends you a friend to remind you how generous and kind he is. Two Christmases ago, for us that person was Ann Voskamp. Ann, her husband Darryl, and seven children (yes, seven…not a type-o) are humble servants of Jesus and generous conduits of his kindness, mostly from their lovely farm in Canada. […]