Fight Laugh Feast Conference

Nashville, Tennessee | October 1st-3rd 2020

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Magazine Feature

The America to Come

By Rhett Burns Is it accurate to say that American society has been careening toward a cliff for some time now, and the events of 2020—coronavirus, presidential election, and the social justice riots—have sped it along to the edge?  That’s the question I posed to a...

Forgiveness Conquers a Dystopian World: Review of Ride, Sally, Ride

By Jesse Sumpter This book is the story for 2020. The plot is about as bizarre as 2020. And after so much craziness in 2020, even the bizarre plot of this novel doesn’t seem that implausible. I won’t spoil the story in this review so I encourage you to get your hands...

Author Interview: It’s Good to be a Boy!

CrossPolitic: Thank you for doing this interview, Joseph. Your book It’s Good to be a Boy! recently came out. Why did you write this book? Joseph Spurgeon: Almost five years ago, my first son was born. My wife and I had been blessed with two daughters before that.  I...

Why Gorsuch Sided with the Liberals on LGBT Rights

Guest Article by Nick Nugent Sometimes, the clumsy use of conservative tools can yield absurd progressive results As conservatives, we’ve come to view judicial activism as a third certainty in life, right up there with death and taxes. We’ve seen the script play out...

Rebellion to Tyrants: The Principles behind the Just War for Independence

By Jesse Sumpter In celebrating Independence Day, it is important to take time and set forth the political and historical principles behind the American Revolution. We often hear about the issue of taxes in the American colonies but we frequently don’t understand why...

Will someone love Aimee Byrd?

By Joseph Spurgeon Titus 1:10-11 For there are many rebellious men, empty talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision, who must be silenced because they are upsetting whole families, teaching things they should not teach for the sake of sordid gain....

The America to Come

By Rhett Burns Is it accurate to say that American society has been careening toward a cliff for some time now, and the events of 2020—coronavirus, presidential election, and the social justice riots—have sped it along to the edge?  That’s the question I posed to a...

Militant Joy: Reflections on the First FLF Conference

During the live CrossPolitic show recorded at the recent Fight Laugh Feast Conference, Glenn Sunshine described the FLF Network orbit as “militantly joyous.” From what I’ve observed of network show hosts, listeners, conference attendees, speakers, volunteers, and blog...

Health Care Sharing Members’ Stories Matter

By Ted Pittenger A Jan. 2 New York Times story by Reed Abelson about health care sharing organizations used Samaritan Ministries International members Mark and Caroline Collie for the opening of the piece. It had a catchy headline: "It Looks Like Health Insurance, but...

In Diversity We Trust?

By Levi Secord Recently, I saw a man with “In diversity we trust” emblazoned on his shirt. Replacing “In God we trust” with this mantra offers insight into how some people view diversity. With the rise of critical race theory and social justice, both inside and...