A Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court of the United States of America has died. Her name is Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Let us pause there for just a moment before we start talking about replacing her on the nation’s highest court. (If you can’t wait, scroll to the bottom of today’s list.) COVID deaths […]
We are taking the idea of a “worldview” and breaking it into digestible pieces to help each of us discern and understand how it interacts with our lives. In part 1, we talked about the basics of what is a worldview and how did we get ours. Read that here. Today, we are again talking […]
It was only a murmur, “what’s wrong with the world?” I could have ignored the comment and I could have ignored him. I had my own table, my own coffee, my own work. I could have, but I couldn’t. I couldn’t stop myself from glancing over to see what provoked him to ask one of […]
The term worldview should be more than a buzzword— it should provoke us to think intentionally and critically about the forces that influence our minds and hearts. We use the word “worldview” regularly, but want to take the opportunity to slow down and pick apart what it really means and then equip you to test […]
Thirty days has September, April, June and November, all the rest have 31 (except for February – which is just there to confuse us). Happy August 31! Tomorrow is meteorological autumn (not to be confused with astronomical fall which arrives Tuesday, September 22 if you’re keeping track). My top articles/videos for your consideration: The Peace […]
Napp Nazworth is a political analyst and journalist. He is also an old college friend of Carmen’s. So, when Napp determined it was time to launch the Protestants & Politics podcast, he invited Carmen to be his first guest. The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge · Protestants & Politics with Napp Nazworth & Carmen LaBerge […]
Carmen LaBerge is a writer, speaker, and Christian talk-radio host. Since seminary, Carmen has served in congregational, national renewal, and media ministries all with the goal of equipping Christians for faithful witness in the real world. She seeks to mobilize Christians to get off the sidelines and into the cultural conversations of the day in ways that honor Jesus.
Carmen is a graduate of the University of Florida with an M.Div. from Princeton. She lives near Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and family.
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