James Robison

Goodbye Mrs. Reagan

For those of us who witnessed what is often referred to favorably as “The Reagan Revolution,” we have a deep sense of loss with the passing of Nancy Reagan. […

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Should Faith Leaders Endorse?

The U.S presidential race is heating up with the Iowa caucus just around the corner, and whenever a preacher, priest or rabbi addresses some issue of national and moral importance …

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A Great Birthday Gift for Jesus

Imagine a family Christmas gathering where several members are bickering and dividing. No amount of shiny presents under the tree could make that a joyful occasion. What any sane person …

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We Need Christmas More Than Ever

As we enter into the Christmas season, we face a world of uncertainty, turbulence, and conflict. Economies rise and fall, racial strife simmers in the streets and on college campuses, …

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The Fallout From Paris

With the western world reeling last Friday’s attacks in Paris, there are many important discussions about how we should respond, both individually and nationally. Join in the conversations at The …

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