by J. Mark Jordan, November 2014
“...That they may be one...” (John 17:11).
The cozy word togetherness has fallen into gross disrepair in our twenty-first century culture. In its place, terms like generation gap, multi-cultural, segmentation, and even tribalism have evolved. We now celebrate our differences instead of emphasizing our commonality. America, once considered the melting pot of nations, may now be more accurately described as a mosaic or a salad of ethnic groups.