Have you grown tired of the media headlines telling you what this or that person “should do” about the latest controversy? He should arrest that person. She should sue that guy. This company should be avoided. That location should be applauded. In a world of should and shouldn’t, the Bible offers a refreshing word of…

I live in Chattanooga, Tennessee, America’s “most Bible-minded city” as well as the city with the nation’s highest percentage of church attendance. Yet these accolades offered little help to many of those struggling in the city’s urban center. For example, during the same year the city was named “most Bible-minded,” public education struggled, gang violence…

At one point in our nation’s history, being called a Christian was a good thing. At some point, the word “Christian” became less desirable for many, leading to alternative terms like Christ follower. Now the trend seems to be to add particular adjectives to define what type of Christian a person is. For example, you…

Let’s face it: Mondays can be tough. Whether it was a long weekend or a difficult work or school situation to face, Monday is the day the most people crave staying in bed rather than charging forth to slay dragons. The Bible does offer some help in this area. A close look at its encouragement…

Dillon Burroughs
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Dillon Burroughs

DILLON BURROUGHS is an author, activist, and cofounder of Activist Faith. Dillon served in Haiti following the epic 2010 earthquake and has investigated modern slavery in the US and internationally. His books include "Undefending Christianity," "Not in My Town" (with Charles J. Powell), and "Thirst No More" (October 2011). Discover more at DillonBurroughs.org.

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