If you listen to the Holy Post or have watched Phil Vischer's videos then there isn't much new, but if you haven't listened to or watched those gems then this short nine minute video goes over Vischer's main talking points about how to consume media and engage with politics as a Christian.
How do we vote as Christians? Rejecting tribalism and voting to advantage our communities is a good start.
In a tidy 15-minutes Phil Vischer attempts to answer the question why, generally speaking, white Christians vote Republican and black Christians vote Democrat. Enough said. 🙂
A five-part devotional focusing on politics totaling 69 minutes presented by pastor Scott Sauls of Christ Presbyterian Church (Nashville, TN). Short and insightful - a fantastic place to start your journey towards what it means to be a Christian and be involved in politics. This also would be a solid resource to integrate into your quiet time, Bible reading or a small group setting.
Ever wondered how a local church can affect local legislation? The Ordinance tells the story of faith leaders from several denominations uniting to change the predatory lending of payday loan companies in Texas.
After documenting the Newark, New Jersey police department in 2016 historian and writer Jelani Cobb returns to examine the changes the police department has undergone in four years after being signaled out by the Department of Justice for routinely violating people's civil rights and mandating changes.
A well rounded discussion with southern Baptist leader Dr. Richard Land, the AND campaign's Justin Giboney and Michael Wear, author Kaitlyn Schiess, recording artist Michael W. Smith with Issue One's Weston and Zach Wamp moderating the talk.
A sobering, challenging speech where Mark Charles argues that America does not know about race, gender and America's history.
A fascinating, deep dive into the Newark, New Jersey police department and the challenges it faces with policies, mistrust, the stress of the job and the changes the police department is going through.
Author Jemar Tisby traces the intertwining of race, the church and politics from the 1400's into the 21st century in his 12-part study series with episodes ranging from 5 to 26 minutes. Tisby clearly shows how racism has been woven into the fabric of American life with the church's explicit and implicit support.