We pray that you would help your hurting people believe by faith right now that sin, death, and injustice are NOT the final words in your redemptive story.
An exploration of the apathy that sometimes marks the experience of Black men and women in white evangelical churches
While we relive the greatest of Michael Jordan, we should remember the truly greatest of all time.
Why should we suppose that adopting a moderate response to the racism Asian Americans face would leave our hearts or them any better off?
A few thoughts on preaching to camera during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A lot of animosity is being aimed at Asian Americans because of COVID-19. African-American Christians are obligated as stewards of the most successful justice heritage to stand with Asian Americans in their need.
Many African-Americans feel discomfort, endure skepticism and suppress their own identities in order to participate in predominantly white evangelical churches.
I strongly believe that sociological inquiry can be a wonderful tool in our analysis of the role of race in the church. However, I believe the Bible’s teachings should be … Continue reading
Too often some who profess Christ choose to backbite, devour, and destroy one another in our churches and on social media rather than love one another.
Race has always played an important role in the identity development of Christians. In fact, many times it is unfortunately the central role.
In my hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, the old saying “a house divided” emerges every year during basketball season. This phrase refers to the basketball rivalry between the University of Louisville … Continue reading
The first in a series of posts exploring the experiences of Black men in predominantly White churches.