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I don’t fear for my life when pulled over. There are no pictures of my ancestors being treated inhumanely. Continue reading A Great Idea, A Better Mission
What if our churches weren’t divided up by the same economic and racial and political and generational categories that would bind us together even if Jesus were not alive? What would it mean, in your church, if a minimum-wage janitor were mentoring the multimillionaire executive of the restaurant where he cleans toilets, because the janitor/mentor … Continue reading Gospel Community
This has been a hard week for me. I preached Sunday on the need for racial reconciliation in our churches and communities. I long for better friendships and relationships with those not like me. I’m saddened at the prejudice that resides in my own heart, and I want to be different. This week, two major … Continue reading Lament, Racial Reconciliation, and Hope