The Gospel

Cancel Culture and the Gospel

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

A recent movement has presented itself in the social media realm and is referred to as “cancel culture.” You may or may not be familiar with this phrase, but essentially cancel culture is a demand for someone to be reprimanded after saying or doing something that seems to be inappropriate or wrong.…

Preaching in Chains: Fannie Lou Hamer

By Kyra Riley
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co
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The time is the summer of 1963, and a bus of freedom fighters travels from South Carolina to Mississippi. The thick and sticky heat from the southern sun makes the trip less than comfortable for the people on board, but their spirits are high.

Immanuel: God With Us

By Joanna Kimbrel
Director of Theology

In the beginning, God was with us.
He walked with us in the garden.
He dwelt among us.
The uninhibited, unrestrained, unimaginable presence of God with us,
And it was very good. 

The holy Creator delighted in His good creation—
The man and woman called to bear his glorious image.…

Advent: The Song of Our Souls

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer by The Daily Grace Co. 

In the beginning, harmony with God is the design. In His presence, there is sweet music. As image bearers, man and woman are called to play in tune, as the realm of creature and Creator merges in a melodious song.…

Joy Has Arrived

By Kristyn Perez 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Joy to the world, the Lord is come! 

Recently, to my kid’s delight, we received a catalogue in the mail filled with pages and pages of toys—everything my two little girls could think they needed.…

Hope in Sorrowful Seasons

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Death seemed like a rare occurrence until the coronavirus pandemic. I live in New York City, and at the virus’s height last spring, hundreds of lives were claimed every day here. Every morning, my phone was inundated with news notifications…700 lives, 800 lives, 1000 lives.…

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