Tagged: op ed

The un-wokeness of Christian nationalism

By Paul Graves
Reader Contributor

Sometimes, ignorance breeds irony. Irony comes from a Greek word, eirôneia, which means “feigned ignorance.“ 

One such example may be the “woke” cultural phenomenon. …

Misophonia: The rage is real

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Affection can be expressed by holding hands, offering a kind word or leaving a sweet note on the countertop.

My personal favorite act of affection …

Fidelity and Family

By Toni Kolb
Reader Contributor

I think back on my fluctuating childhood and smile. The ups and downs — it was a journey of memory making. I remember the seasons …

Let’s give all this hate a rest

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

The past week has just been awful in America. 

A man who killed two people in a Kentucky grocery store last Wednesday allegedly entered a …

A personal invitation

By Pastor Colin Moody
Reader Contributor

If your mailbox is like mine, it’s chock-full of monthly bills, sales flyers and reminder postcards. Sometimes I’ll see a nice-looking envelope in the …

Easter, a day of resurrection

By Rev. Bob Evans
Reader Contributor

For those of us who are Christians, Jesus is the archetype of who we are born to be, and also, the one whose own …

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