Category: Race & Ethnicity

We Need Unity, Not Uniformity

“Most segregated time of day is Sunday service / Now what you think that say about the God you worship?” “Dirty Water” by Lecrae When I first began attending church services I had no expectations because I had no frame of reference. I walked into my first service, I looked around and didn’t feel like I

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White Evangelicals Can Change

We were living in Columbia, Missouri when Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, Missouri. Following his death, I saw firsthand the outrage and mourning of the black community, but I also witnessed plenty of denial and apathy from white evangelicals. I am not stating that all white evangelicals responded poorly, but it was frequent enough to create a division in the Church.