Today thousands of women around the country will skip work, wear red and attend rallies in honor of "A Day Without a Woman," the first major event by organizers of the Women's March since the actual march in January.
It happened when I posted something to social media lamenting author Jen Hatmaker's disastrous decision to affirm gay unions.
At Thursday's National Prayer Breakfast, President Donald Trump vowed to "totally destroy the Johnson Amendment," which bars churches and non-profit groups from endorsing or opposing political candidates.
Madonna dropping F-bombs and talking about blowing up the White House. Actress Ashley Judd proudly proclaiming, "Yeah, I'm a nasty woman – a loud vulgar, proud woman." And mothers marching with their daughters while wearing female genitalia on their heads.
I actually teared up on election night. Given the concerns I raised about Donald Trump during the campaign, one might think I was crying tears of sadness. But I wasn't. I was crying tears of sheer relief.
My favorite movies always include what my theater professor in college called "exaltation" – a character who remains true to his principles and therefore is exalted, even if he loses or dies.
Do Christians want leaders or lemmings? The recent controversy concerning Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), suggests we'd prefer the latter.
Christmas this year falls on a Sunday, which has some churchgoers in a tizzy.
Americans have just elected someone who is arguably the most morally flawed person to ever hold our nation's highest office —and they did it with the overwhelming support of evangelicals.
"Does this make you more feminist?" The question came from a female reporter for a secular magazine, who was interviewing me for an upcoming story on the gender gap in the evangelical church.