Natasha’s Study: “Trouble I’ve Seen” by @DruHart

Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism Authors: Drew G.I. Hart Why I picked up this book: I have been following Drew Hart online for a while. His voice and perspective is a relevant, prophetic, and informed one that the church needs to hear. I was pleased to receive a copy of thisContinue reading “Natasha’s Study: “Trouble I’ve Seen” by @DruHart”

Book Review: Forgive Us

Confessions of a Compromised Faith  Authors: Mae Elise Cannon, Lisa Sharon Harper, Troy Jackson, and Soong-Chan Rah Why I picked up this book: I received this book from my publisher, Zondervan, because I share a similar concern and passion for biblical justice like its authors. Who Should Read Forgive Us: This academic resource is forContinue reading “Book Review: Forgive Us”

#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”