Much of the Christian media was abuzz this past weekend with news of a popular movement for Christian prophetic reform. Christian conservative pundit David French discussed the movement in his weekend newsletter here. Ruth Graham, the evangelical correspondent at the New York Times, released a series of tweets about the reform movement. Religion Unplugged posted
JB Shreve is joined by Terrell Spencer, LynnDee Summers, and Jonathan Webster to reflect on the history and memories of living through the Trump years. This podcast episode was recorded kind of like a time capsule effort to capture what we felt and what we remembered the night before Donald Trump left office as President
In this podcast devotional, JB Shreve looks at the aftermath of the US elections and the weird responses from many within the church who claim they speak for the purposes of God. Now is not the time to grow discouraged but it is the time to take care to avoid the path of deception and
Struggling with post-election disappointment blues? This podcast devotional may fit your needs. In a unique and historical election where everyone feels like they lost, securing perspective for our response to the moment is imperative.
This podcast devotional from JB Shreve & the End of History looks at the barrage of crises afflicting us and how believers should stand and perceive in the midst of the chaos. How do we find light in the darkness?
“I see four horsemen in our midst — four looming threats that endanger 21st-century progress and imperil 21st-century possibilities. Devastating conflicts continue to cause widespread misery. Terrorist attacks take a merciless toll. The nuclear menace is growing. More people have been forced from their homes by war and persecution than at any time since the
There is a growing attraction toward conspiracy theories taking place across society. The left-leaning media is infatuated with QAnon. On the right, people are infatuated with proving this once in a century pandemic is fake. Whenever we see conspiracy theories rise, we are witnessing the decline of society and its institutions. People prefer to believe
Our modern society is held together by a string of illusions that help believe things are better than they are. We imagine we are too far removed from evil to ever be too seriously impacted or led astray. But as illusions fall, reality comes to the forefront and the slide toward evil is all too
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, influenza resulted in 12,000 to 61,000 deaths annually since 2010 in the United States alone. Globally, as many as 646,000 deaths result from the seasonal flu every year. In my home state, there were 13 influenza-related deaths during the most recent flu season. In spite of
Which lives matter? This is the question JB Shreve looks at in today’s podcast devotional as he examines the origins of our focus on self and individualism came from. This is the basis for the nation-state system and countless systems of injustice in the world today. It is not the design of God. Now the