May 2011

About this issue:

Cindy Chamberlin, Gleaner managing editor, and Greg Hamilton, Northwest Religious Liberty Association president, have a discussion on the realities and dangers of mixing politics and religion. Catch this one-of-a-kind interview in the May Gleaner.

More Features

  • Mixing Politics and Religion

    May 01, 2011
    EDITORS' NOTE: Political questions often generate animated discussions, even anger at times: Should the United States be governed by religious or secular principles? Do Christians have a role in politics? Does our traditional view on the "separati...

Others

  • Present Darkness, Future Hope

    May 01, 2011
    Have you noticed the unsettling headlines recently? Headlines clearly remind us time is short and Jesus is coming soon — very soon.Tens of thousands of angry people shouting with their fists in the air protesting changes in their labor union negot...
  • From the GLEANER Archives

    May 01, 2011
    There's a story and mystery behind this photo. It was discovered in the attic of an old house in southwestern Oregon more than a decade ago. Also in the attic was the actual prophetic chart shown in the photo. The chart, still in good condition, w...
  • Present Darkness, Future Hope

    May 01, 2011
    Have you noticed the unsettling headlines recently? Headlines clearly remind us time is short and Jesus is coming soon — very soon.Tens of thousands of angry people shouting with their fists in the air protesting changes in their labor union negot...
  • The Wall

    May 01, 2011
    As a lad and the youngest of three boys, I eagerly accepted the role of chief underdog and pest. Having three guys in one bedroom was interesting enough, but placing me in the backseat of an automobile with two older brothers was a formula destine...
  • GLEANER Blog Join Two New Discussions This Month

    May 01, 2011
    Cheri Corder — Christianity at ChurchLoving thy neighbor is one thing ... but what about loving the saints? Hmmm."The problem is," the woman in my office said, "We have a soloist that we wish would stop singing! Nobody has the nerve or the heart t...
  • Letters

    May 01, 2011
    Kudos to Don GrayI was glad to hear about the NPUC honoring Don Gray. Don and his wife, Marge, have done such profound work to build the church and win souls.Not only have they conducted effective public evangelism, but they have provided excellen...
  • GLEANER Blog Join Two New Discussions This Month

    May 01, 2011
    Cheri Corder — Christianity at ChurchLoving thy neighbor is one thing ... but what about loving the saints? Hmmm."The problem is," the woman in my office said, "We have a soloist that we wish would stop singing! Nobody has the nerve or the heart t...
  • Letters

    May 01, 2011
    Kudos to Don GrayI was glad to hear about the NPUC honoring Don Gray. Don and his wife, Marge, have done such profound work to build the church and win souls.Not only have they conducted effective public evangelism, but they have provided excellen...
  • From the GLEANER Archives

    May 01, 2011
    There's a story and mystery behind this photo. It was discovered in the attic of an old house in southwestern Oregon more than a decade ago. Also in the attic was the actual prophetic chart shown in the photo. The chart, still in good condition, w...
  • The Wall

    May 01, 2011
    As a lad and the youngest of three boys, I eagerly accepted the role of chief underdog and pest. Having three guys in one bedroom was interesting enough, but placing me in the backseat of an automobile with two older brothers was a formula destine...

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