Louis and Thabiti continue their conversation about Thabiti’s recent apology to some evangelicals. Join us and as they say in some parts of North Carolina, “bring yo own mason jar”.
Several months ago Thabiti offered an apology over at The Gospel Coalition’s website. He has graciously agreed to c’mon up on the Porch and share how the Lord moved upon his heart to apologize. Take a listen and you will find out there’s more to an apology than mere words.
America is home to two expressions of Christianity: Black and White. What will it take to live in a deeper, richer, affirming, understanding unity than the two churches have known to date?
In the inaugural People to Know post, we spotlight Dr. Korie Edwards, scholar of race, religion, power and gender with a focus on Christian churches.
Hope is discovered in the very conditions that cause despair.
The election and presidency of Donald Trump has reminded me again that the one who hangs the best paper often wins political favor. In other words, your propaganda machine is … Continue reading
How should Christians consider social justice and restoration given the second-coming of Christ, when all things will be rectified? C’mon up and chop with Thabiti as he parses out this next installment in The Ferguson Declaration.
In light of the sins of our country and many churches, how should we speak the truth? Thabiti Anyabwile interacts with The Ferguson Declaration’s suggestions.
One of the founders of The State of the Black Church Conference shares his hopes for the conference and the purposes behind it. C’mon up.
Are Pastors to follow Paul’s bi-vocational example? Is bi-vocational ministry ideal? C’mon up and chop with Phil Duncanson on the porch.
We would do well to honor our senior saints, to glean from their wisdom, to model their hopefulness, to join them in fruitful ministry, and to rest in our old age from manual labor, but not from serving the Lord and passing on the legacy of faith to future generations.