Juan Sanchez explains why preaching is not rocket science, but why it is so hard, and what it is like to grow up as a minority in a majority context. C’mon up!
Racial reconciliation can take years. But Dan Hyun suggests that if you get the gospel right, you have to try very hard to not cross barriers.
C’mon up and rejoice with Curtis, who says the sovereign God of the universe sees color, but he doesn’t see it with contempt!
C’mon up and hear Jarvis Williams deliver a raw, honest sermon and lecture from his perspective as a churchman of color, a Southern Baptist, and an evangelical scholar.
Thabiti Anyabwile sat with author Ta-Nehisi Coates to discuss race, justice, and hope in America. Here’s a recap, review, and recording of their discussion. C’mon up!
On Tues., November 10, 2015, our brother Kevin Smith was the first African American to be elected as president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
A pastor from Baltimore shares his reflections on the riots and calls for urban ministry that isn’t focused on metrics, but on the long-term good of the city and its people. C’mon up.
What can we learn from the clashes of Cornel West and Eric Dyson? We’re choppin’ up at least five lessons on the porch today. C’mon up!
What is it like to labor the gospel at a Historically Black College or University? C’mon up and enjoy the testimony of one who is in the midst of such a work!
Why do the wounds of race in the annals of America’s history refuse to stay quiet? Why must the Church continue to speak about them, and how are we speaking about them? C’mon up and join the conversation.
Dr. Jarvis Williams exposits Ephesians 2:11-22 to highlight the glorious racial reconciliation Christians have with God and with each other in Christ.
Louis Love walks us through nine insights from the book of Esther that reflect how Christians ought to respond in the times of the Fergusons, Garners, and Rices. C’mon up and joint he conversation during these “Mordecai Moments.”