Rod Anderson

CP Cartoonist


  • God is in control of the battle

    He is always an infinite set of moves ahead. That should give us comfort and faith in the midst of the current crisis.

  • A real alternative to Planned Parenthood!

    The nonprofit behind an Indiana Department of Health Services program for parents and expectant mothers is celebrating six years serving Hoosiers and an 8% decrease in the state abortion rate during that period.

  • Emerging from doubt to find God

    While watching a Democratic presidential debate in 2019, Christian author Richard E. Simmons III saw a TV advertisement in which Ron Reagan, the son of former President Ronald Reagan, boldly promotes atheism.

  • How Christians can prepare for the voting booth

    David Platt wrote a new book, titled Before You Vote: Seven Questions Every Christian Should Ask.

  • A Christian heart, forged in the fire

    Christians often talk about God’s work of refining us and changing us into better people. It has a nice ring to it, but ...

  • Justice Barrett: Without fear or favor

    Justice Clarence Thomas, the longest-serving justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, administered the constitutional oath to ...

  • Finding hope for America in faith

    While everyone in America seems to be looking exclusively to politics to heal us, I think there’s hope for us in a source far more powerful, faith.

  • The creeping boundaries of euthanasia culture

    The Netherlands is set to pave the way for legalized euthanasia of very young children. According to the NLTimes Tuesday, the northwestern European nation, which already has some of the most liberal euthanasia policies in the world, is likely to expand its law to permit children ages 1-12 to be euthanized in certain circumstances.

  • In pursuit of the lost!

    Pastor David Dummitt addressed Willow Creek Community Church’s vision for the future by citing Luke 15, saying God's people must follow Jesus' vision for His church by relentlessly pursuing the lost. 

  • A court victory for Christian adoption

    A federal court has concluded that a New York-based Christian adoption agency cannot be forced to close down because of its policy of only placing kids in married heterosexual families.