RACE & THE GOSPEL Before the coronavirus entered the world and changed our lives, there was the pandemic of white supremacy. That is the idol, the principality and power, that fuels racism. In America, that pandemic has supported genocide, the separation of families and the stealing of property from indigenous people. It resulted in theContinue reading “White Supremacy: The Other Pandemic”
Pretending that racism doesn’t exist and holding on to a colour-blind philosophy do not prepare us for truth-telling or justice work.
On the one year anniversary of the Charleston Massacre, I had the opportunity to share my reflections with Christianity Today The Local Church alongside: Patricia Raybon who wrote about “Charleston and the Resilience of Wednesday Night Church,” Dawn Araujo-Hawkins who shared “What It Means to Burn Down a Black Church,” and Derek Rishmawy who contributedContinue reading “Too Close to Home: Why Charleston Matters to All of Us”