Over the course of almost two centuries, Christians had grown accustomed to playing the role of scapegoats. For Christians of Tertullian’s generation, there was every reason to believe it would always be like this.
Racism and racial injustice are sins so deeply embedded in our culture that it is going to require disciples of Jesus who thoroughly rely on the Holy Spirit and who passionately inhabit Jesus’ love to change things.
We Must Make Disciples of All People
How to Interact with People Who Aren’t Like You
A conversation with Amy Ford, president of Embrace Grace
Excerpted from 'Help Her Be Brave' by Amy Ford
Uncommon Ground (Nelson Books)
Why humility, patience and tolerance are key to finding common ground
Stories to Transform a Divided World (Herald Press)
Stories are key to saving us from ourselves.