Christianity and Racism In America

Christians should care about racism in their cities because racial unity is a gospel issue. The Christian response to racism should be to prioritize racial unity.

The Good Samaritan Is A Story About Race

Few passages speak to race as directly as the Good Samaritan. We fail to understand the story as intended because we’ve been shaped more by culture than Christ.

3 Barriers to Local Mission 

God’s people should love marginalized communities because God loves them. Numerous barriers prevent us from actually loving them, here are 3 of the most prevalent.  

4 Ways Christians Can Advocate for People With Disabilities

As we advocate for people with disabilities through language, education, access, and systems of care, we write a different narrative for the world to see.

Why You Shouldn’t Engage in Local Mission Alone 

One of the worst things a Christian can do is pursue local mission by themselves. Here are 3 reasons why you shouldn’t go alone when engaging in local community outreach in your city. 

The Church Needs Biblical Lament, Not White Guilt

White guilt tells us to sit with hundreds of years of injustice and then “fix ourselves.” Lament acknowledges injustices, cries out to God, and seeks justice.

In His Image - Claire's Story

Growing up, Claire never really had to think about abortion, but that all changed when she met her birth mother.

Does Legal Prostitution Dignify Sex Workers?

Allowing men and women to legally sell their bodies for sex is neither loving nor empowering. It is a failure to care for them well.

Why Having One Black Friend Isn't Enough

Christians believe all people have the same intrinsic value, yet we often fail to reflect this truth in our lives. Here are four ways to change that narrative.

God Isn't Colorblind, And Neither Was MLK

“Color-blind” thinking concerning racial issues negatively impacts relationships with brothers and sisters of color, as well as our relationship with God.

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