Leadership: The Diaspora of Minorities in White Evangelicalism

Lonely and displaced. That’s how I sometimes feel as an African American leader who is called to serve within the white evangelical culture. I know the feeling all too well when dialoging with seminarians, participating in Christian conferences, writing for Christian publications, or even attending predominately white and multicultural churches. Too often, this experience revealsContinue reading “Leadership: The Diaspora of Minorities in White Evangelicalism”

Mentoring Monday: God’s Gives Us Everything for a Life of Holiness

I’m honored to be at fellow Redbud Heather’s Blog today talking about mentoring: the labor, its joys, and how it can be an effective tool for racial reconciliation: ———————————————————– How has mentoring transformed you—both being mentored, and mentoring others? I was mentored by older women who had experienced bumps and cracks in their life, butContinue reading “Mentoring Monday: God’s Gives Us Everything for a Life of Holiness”

Book Review: United ~ Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity

As you know, I’m taking a sabbatical to rest this summer. One of the things I will do during my time off is reading. So, you can still expect to read book reviews from great writers. I’m primarily focusing this summer’s reading on books written by or about women. I am pleased to announce thatContinue reading “Book Review: United ~ Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity”