Nathan Phillips and Catholic boys have Much to Teach Us

I have been delayed in sharing this piece, and am doing so now because we tend to move on too quickly in our culture without learning our life lessons. A couple weeks ago, a short video clip of a white male Catholic student named Nick Sandmann from Covington Catholic School in Kentucky, along with aContinue reading “Nathan Phillips and Catholic boys have Much to Teach Us”

On Being Black, Woman, and Evangelical

  I’m thrilled that important conversations are taking place about the history and condition of the American evangelical church. I am humbled and honored to contribute to these conversations. This week I’m sharing at Missio Alliance about the intersectionality of being black, a woman, and an evangelical. Over the past few years, I have wrestledContinue reading “On Being Black, Woman, and Evangelical”

Natasha’s Study: The American Evangelical Story

Today for “Natasha’s Study” I am reviewing the book, The American Evangelical Story: A History of the Movement by Dr. Douglas A. Sweeney. Why I picked up this book: I haven’t read a lot of history since finishing seminary, but this was one of the books I have wanted to read for some time. WhoContinue reading “Natasha’s Study: The American Evangelical Story”