Why the Physical Earth Matters to God
Ian K. Smith, Crossway
In our prayers at church, how often do we give thanks for those who labor in the mundane jobs that keep society going?
How the ‘Public Charge’ Rule Change Harms Legal Immigrants—Especially Christians
Tyler Deaton, The Bulwark
The brunt of the change will be felt by Christians already living legally in this country, particularly those people who are hard-working although lower-income Roman Catholic and Pentecostal-evangelical Latinos.
Christians in northeast Syria appeal for prayer for safety
Dale Gavlak, Catholic News Service
Groups representing Christians in northeast Syria are appealing for prayer, fearful that Turkey plans to make good its numerous threats to invade the region with its military forces.
Most Americans continue to say that it would be “too risky” to give the nation’s presidents more power, but the share expressing this opinion has declined since last year, with most of the change coming among Republicans.