The way Christians define “other” should run deeper than our birth certificates or the passports we keep. Embodying the Spirit of Christ, Christians should move toward those who are different. This article reminds Christians about our true identity and mission in the midst growing fear about the fate of America and the world.
Christopher Stollar on his book “The Black Lens,” Christians in the arts, and how Stollar’s profits will benefit anti-human trafficking organizations like She Has A Name.
This letter was released to Veritas Community Church members from Lead Pastor Nick Nye and the elder council at the beginning of July.
“As a church, we’re committed to the welfare of our city. We want to be aware of who is advocating, as city council cadidates, for the voiceless in our city.” – Amy Byler, Director of Veritas Mercy
Each year as Black History Month unfolds it seems one inevitable question arises, “Why is there a Black History Month, and how come there’s no White History Month?”
She Has A Name, launched out of Veritas about four years ago, is stepping into new territory that begs attention in the anti-human trafficking community—job readiness for survivors.
What the church does as it gathers to worship is known as a liturgy. Liturgy simply means ’the work of the people’; it’s what the people do or accomplish together as they gather.
The people of Veritas want to know how the Gospel should be influencing the work they do. David Mustine is hosting an ongoing series called The Gospel at Work.” At the last seminar, fifty individuals attended, recognizing that their jobs represent more than just a paycheck. In a sense, many… read more →