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Three Thoughts on the Church and Racial Unity

I have shared a few thoughts below on the church and racial unity, for what it's worth. I am no expert, and I only have my little perspective from which to share, but I feel strongly that Christians have been too silent on this issue. Even though we agree that racism is a sin, we...

A Voice for the Voiceless

You may have heard about Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old man who was jogging near his neighborhood in Georgia when he was followed, chased down, shot, and killed. This reminds me of Atatiana Jefferson, who was shot and killed in her home in our neighborhood last year. It also reminds me of Botham Jean, a brother...

A Different Kind of King

I have to admit that I don’t know much about the tradition of Holy Week, which begins with Palm Sunday, one week before Easter Sunday. I didn’t grow up observing a liturgical calendar (and I still don’t), but I have recognized that there are about two times a year when many people suddenly...

The Scattered Church

 
In the first century, followers of Christ were very limited on the types of gatherings they could have. A large, boisterous worship service could attract unwanted attention from enemies, and even day-to-day ministry occasionally resulted in riots or civil disruptions which caught the eye of the Roman government. Throughout the New Testament, we see examples of...

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