#EnageOurCulture: Race, Injustice, & the Church

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the third annual “Engage our Culture” forum at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte campus. The topic for this year’s forum was “Bridging the Great Divide: The Church’s Call to Racial Reconciliation” featuring Margaret Yu, National Executive Director of Epic Movement, the Asian American ministry of Cru (formerlyContinue reading “#EnageOurCulture: Race, Injustice, & the Church”

On Violence & Living in a “Racialized” Society

Silence Sends a Clear Message When We Have an Opportunity to Act The casket was not empty. It carried the body of a 14-year-old, African American boy by the name of Emmett Till, son of Mamie. He was from Chicago visiting his family in Mississippi when the prankster took a dare and flirted with a white woman.Continue reading “On Violence & Living in a “Racialized” Society”

#RacialRec: Neglected African American Voices ~ I’m Raising My Voice # 9

As I considered interviews for the African American portion of the “Neglected Voices” series, I wanted to feature guests besides myself. However, all of the pending guests for this week are males who are speaking from historical and leadership perspectives. I felt it important to share the voice of the often misunderstood African American woman,Continue reading “#RacialRec: Neglected African American Voices ~ I’m Raising My Voice # 9”