Thabiti Anyabwile

Thabiti Anyabwile serves as a pastor of Anacostia River Church (Washington DC). He is the happy husband of Kristie and the adoring father of two daughters and one son. Holler at him on Twitter: @ThabitiAnyabwil

Black Christian Solidarity with Asian Americans During COVID-19

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.

Can Kanye West Be Your Worship Pastor?

In our worship services, we’re being led into the presence of a God who has holy standards for both how we worship and who leads us in it.

The Calling to Dignity

It’s been my custom to read good Christian books to the members of our church as they trickle in for our mid-week Bible study. For about 5-10 minutes I read … Continue reading

The Next Day

What must the first day in Jamestown have been like for the 20 & odd Negroes

Justice Sneaks Ahead Quietly

Sometimes justice works quietly, almost unnoticed, until it dawns.

Readings in African-American History

A basic collection of books for understanding African-American history

Excursus: Evangelical Hearing Impairments

Why don’t many evangelicals hear the Bible telling us about justice?

Wisdom to Live Justly

In the wisdom literature God gives us a vision for how to live and thrive despite the fallenness all around us, including how to do justice.

Justice As Worship in the Prophets

Do justice. That might be the simplest way of summing up the teaching of the prophets.

Justice Begins with God

The Christian must start, continue, and end their thinking about justice with His God.

Secular Approaches to Justice

Who or what has been your most influential teacher when it comes to justice? Is it God and His word, or is it man?

Genuine Social Injustice

We need to read the Old Testament as Christian scripture if we hope to hear prophetic voices examining our churches for corruption to which we may be blind.