Beyond the Divide

by Jason Boone The divisive nature of partisan politics has seeped into almost every aspect of our society. Political views and affiliations often determine who we associate with, even who we worship with. There’s a deep desire in our church for tools that can help us talk productively to people we disagree with politically. It…

Peace Sermon: Are we up to it?

by Richard McMaster After His baptism in the Jordan, Luke tells us, Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, the wasteland to the south of Judaea. John the Baptist has proclaimed Him the Messiah and a voice from Heaven has confirmed it, so Jesus goes off alone shunning publicity. But Temptation follows as…

Peace on the Hill- Nigeria: Prioritizing a humanitarian response

By Charles Kwuelum Now that Nigeria’s 2019 general elections have concluded, President Mohammadu Buhari’s government will need to evaluate its policy priorities for the coming years. The country continues to face enormous humanitarian challenges that will require an urgent response from the Nigerian government and the international community. As of January, about 1.95 million people…