Race and the Gospel: Is Justice Part of the Discussion?—Part 1

“Surely the Good News of Jesus Has Something to Say to the Greatest Historic Injustice of the Last 500 Years.”

Race and the Gospel: What Happens When We Compartmentalize Faith?—Part 2

“Surely the Good News of Jesus Has Something to Say to the Greatest Historic Injustice of the Last 500 Years.”

Race and the Gospel: What Happens If We Forget the Poor?—Part 3

“Heaven and Hell Show Up in the Balance as Jesus Pointedly Discusses the Inability to Separate our Love of Neighbor From our Love of Him.”

Race and the Gospel: How Can We Move Beyond a Broken Witness?—Part 4

“When We’re in a Posture of Hospitality, We Can’t Objectify Those With Whom We Disagree. We Can’t Throw Stones While Serving Bread.”

E Pluribus Unum?

God delights in our diversity and calls us to pursue reconciliation wherever needed.

Hope Church: Building a Multiethnic Church in Memphis—Part 1

The story of how the largest white Presbyterian church in America took steps to become multiethnic.

Hope Church: From Toleration to Celebration—Part 2

For Hope Church, becoming multiethnic is an essential component of reflecting the gospel.

Bryan Loritts: Diversity Is Not a Fringe Issue—Part 1

“You have to construct a philosophy of ministry where you show people that diversity and reconciliation aren’t fringe issues, but that they’re tethered to the gospel.”

Listening to the Prophetic Words of Our Hurting Brothers and Sisters

George Floyd, empathy and creating space for prophetic lament

Brenda Salter McNeil: The Powerful Witness of Solidarity

The Pursuit of Equality, Justice and Civility Involves Publicly Protecting Those Who Are Under Threat in These Racially Charged and Politically Divisive Tmes.
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