Author: Loren D'Amico

Loren is an ecumenical Christian, real estate investor, medical software consultant, husband, and father of two. He grew up in a Republican Christian home, spent several years at Bethel Redding and Simpson University, and then began to question the political biases of his upbringing.Over the past decade he's sought to discover how Christ would interact with American politics. In late 2019, he helped launch Intersecting Faith and Politics, a Facebook group dedicated to providing a safe space for this discussion.His blogs are primarily either political or inspirational. See The Makings of a Liberal Evangelical for more of his political journey.

August 29, 2020

The Black Woman’s Crown

A Black woman’s hair: her natural Crown put there by God himself.

August 18, 2020

If You’re Pro-Life, Vote Democrat

We’ve been told that the Republicans are the Pro-Life party, what if it’s really the Democrats?

July 24, 2020

Is Christian Education Christlike?

We wanted our children to receive a Christian education; we found an unlikely source.

July 9, 2020

Dear Pastor, It’s Time to Take a Stand

Being “Not Racist” isn’t good enough. It’s time for pastors to take a stand as anti-racists. This is a Scriptural imperative.

July 1, 2020

#Spend101 at Black-Owned Businesses

Whatever your take on why we have a racial disparity problem, join me in the #Spend101 challenge to take a small step towards fixing it.

June 29, 2020

Allies: Please Bring Your Intellect not Just Your Heart

White people need to fully engage in creating a solution to the original American sin: racism

June 19, 2020

Receiving Feedback Effectively

Let’s stop demanding that others give feedback better and start choosing to receive it.

June 5, 2020

You’ve Heard it Said, “Avoid Every Appearance of Evil”

Jesus was a friend of sinners and didn’t shy away from being around ungodly people. Why are we so afraid to have someone think poorly

May 29, 2020

But so that we may not cause offense…

Let’s stop worrying about whether we offend the religious, and stop worrying about whether we’ve been offended. Speak the truth in love.

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