Anti-Maskers Are Revealing Their Secular Worldview

by John Ellis If you refuse to wear a mask, you are in direct disobedience to King Jesus, an action that is otherwise known as sin, in case you’re confused. If that’s you, repent and start wearing a mask. Now that I’ve got your possibly angry attention, read on. Among conservative evangelicals, the platitude “America … Continue reading Anti-Maskers Are Revealing Their Secular Worldview

Systemic Racism Is Exhausting, But Not for Me

by John Ellis With the very first sentence of her powerful book I’m Still Here: Black Dignity In A World Made For Whiteness Austin Channing Brown confesses, “White people can be exhausting.” No doubt, the responses from many white people to that short sentence only serve to underscore Brown’s admission. I must admit, I’m not … Continue reading Systemic Racism Is Exhausting, But Not for Me

The Gospel’s Relation to Social Justice and Mercy Ministries

by John Ellis I wrote and posted this article on my previous blog a few months ago (October 2019). It’s a topic that continues to concern me. And it’s a topic that exists within a larger cultural framework that prioritizes this earthly kingdom’s concerns over that of the Eternal Kingdom’s concerns. During a long phone … Continue reading The Gospel’s Relation to Social Justice and Mercy Ministries