The Power of Redemptive Suffering

Recently, I’ve had occasion to ponder suffering in a deeper way than ever before. I say this not because the situation I’m in is worse than it has ever been,…

The Lost Virtue of Patience

Chuck Colson liked to say that the Kingdom of God will never arrive on Air Force One. It’s still true. Any reprieve the last few years in the areas of…

How Do We Reconcile A Split and Broken Church? – BreakPoint Q&A

John and Shane field concerns from listeners related to repairing and restoring relationships inside the church after the recent political season. John and Shane provide pathways of thought to recalibrate…

Inauguration Day 2021

In July 1864, some 14,000 Confederate troops stood just six miles—within sight— from the Capitol Dome. For President Lincoln, it was a rude shock. After all, this was a year…

A COVID-Free China Still Isn’t Free

Recently, police in Hong Kong arrested 53 pro-democracy activists for holding a primary election. The Communist Chinese government made the sweep of political opponents under cover of its new national…

Dr. King and the Nature of Law

In an eloquent defense of life, marriage, and religious liberty known as The Manhattan Declaration, authors Chuck Colson, Professor Robert George, and Dr. Timothy George wrote, “There is no more…

Christian Nationalism – A Conversation with Mark Tooley and Andrew Walker – BreakPoint Podcast

Civil religion united America in the past. However there is a movement afoot that seems to cloak itself in civil religion with the hope of establishing a Christian nationalistic ideal. …

There are Pre-existing Conditions to This Cultural Moment – BreakPoint This Week

There are deaths from despair and acts of desperation that mark this cultural moment. Some are lacking peace and many are struggling to find hope from our cultural institutions and…

There are Pre-existing Conditions to This Cultural Moment – BreakPoint This Week

There are deaths from despair and acts of desperation that mark this cultural moment. Some are lacking peace and many are struggling to find hope from our cultural institutions and…

Our Politics is Cracking Under the Weight of a Thinning Civil Society

A little more than a week after the storming of the Capitol, five Americans have died, the House of Representatives has impeached the President for a second time, Twitter and…