Every generation must ask the question, “what does it mean for me to live out my faith.” This question has become more pressing as people of faith have been pushed from the cultural center. There was once a time when we could assume that everyone shared our general moral framework, but that time has passed, and we enter a new cultural landscape.

We are being forced to think more carefully about complex issues where our faith intersects our life and culture. However, our cultural moment also provides us an opportunity to shine the light of the Gospel brightly against the dark relief of our culture.

Here we stand, at the crossroads of faith and life.