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Cara Meredith: The Color of Life

A Journey toward Love and Racial Justice

Challenging My Assumptions of ‘Normal’

I thought I was above systemic racism, but in my assumptions about "normal" I discovered I was complicit.

Why Christ Must Be Over Our National Identity

God shows no favoritism to the rich, powerful and well-connected.

Adam Gustine: Becoming a Just Church

Cultivating Communities of God's Shalom

The Pursuit of True Reconciliation

The gospel forms a kinship between oppressor and oppressed that can transform the way we relate to one another.

A Prescription for Changing Unjust Policies

Changing the policies that sustain systemic injustice seems daunting, but here are ways to start.

Jemar Tisby: The Color of Compromise

The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism

Speaking the Truth in Love About Racism

"Jumping ahead to the victories means skipping the hard but necessary work of examining what went wrong with race and the church."

How Do We Remain Faithful in a World of Barriers?

When sin creates barriers between cultures and ethnicities how do we respond?
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