All posts by Bob Stevenson

Bob Stevenson is a husband, father of four and serves as Lead Pastor of Village Baptist Church. He has an MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and is pursuing graduate education in sociology at Loyola. He is passionate about encouraging and strengthening the local church through written and spoken word. He writes at Medium and on Twitter.

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The Case for Voting Third Party

These days, it’s hard to be a Christian who cares about politics—and public ethics, character, and the mission of God. On the one hand, our political system is a mess, with platforms pushing toward the extremes, and constituencies nursing rising...

/ November 7, 2022

Book Review: “Faultlines” by Voddie Baucham

Voddie Baucham. Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe. Washington: Salem Books, 2021. 270 pp, $24.99. Racism has reentered the public discourse with renewed vigor. Gone are the days of rosy optimism filled with racial reconciliation conferences and...

/ July 29, 2021
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Citizen Strangers and the Cost of Compromise

The words flowed in perfect patriotic cadence. “My fellow Americans, we are going through a time of testing. But if you look through the fog of these challenging times, you will see, our flag is still there today…” Words that...

/ November 2, 2020