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Inside Evangelicalism—On Being Black and Tired… Yet Hopeful
The problem of the color line remains.
Christendom, and it's not pretty. On Being Black. For a black man who is intent on pursuing racial reconciliation, what I am seeing hurts. Deeply. I grew up in
The Theology for Life Podcast
A weekly podcast co-hosted by Drs. Ed Stetzer and Lynn Cohick
Rick consults widely with churches on evangelism and healing and reconciliation for the emerging generation and on contemporary missional churches and missional movements.
A Surprising Life Cycle: A Glimpse at Rwanda Today
Reconstruction and revival in Rwanda
tiresome burdens of hatred. In a past Dispatch, I wrote of Bishop John Rucyahana, who serves as chair of the Reconciliation Commission. His book, The
Are Evangelicals Losing the Gospel in Our Day?
The Gospel itself never changes; the way we share the Gospel must.
to address: How can reconciliation and justice in our divided and stratified world win? Maybe even better put, how can reconciliation with justice win?
More on Leaving White Evangelicalism: A Response from Bryan Loritts
People of color need to establish our own conferences, organizations, and networks.
friends, not because it's pushback, but because they have grown up in all white churches that refuse to educate them on biblical, gospel issues like diversity and racial reconciliation.
Three Biblical Frameworks for Faithfulness in the Post-Christendom West (Part 1)
Call. Context. Commission.
Father. We are not sent to the same ministry (of death and resurrection) but to the same message: the proclamation of forgiveness and reconciliation.
How Christians Can Combat Racism Theologically After Charlottesville
A pair of scholars bring up a new and old approach.
Enough With Racial 'Reconciliation'. By Clifton Clarke. There are some serious flaws with the “reconciliation project” championed by many evangelicals.
What Does #MeToo Have to Do with You?
When we tell our stories, we move from the western “I” to the biblical “we.”
Emmanuel Katongole and Chris Rice, who have done much research on the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the importance of reconciliation in all things, explained it this way:
Why the Enslaved Adopted the Religion of Their Masters—and Transformed It
The story of early African-American Christianity proves the power of the Resurrection against oppression.
He clearly anointed and appointed the oppressors, not for the ministry of reconciliation but for their “ministry of subjugation.” He was the “White Man's Jesus.”.
Trickle-Down Evangelism
Are disciples becoming disciple-makers?
Writing to the church in Corinth, Paul reminds believers that all those who have been reconciled to God through Christ have been entrusted with the message of reconciliation (2 Cor.
Race and Ethnicity
The local church is unrivaled in its potential to bring about meaningful transformation.
Fenway Park. In this follow-up post, I will attempt to explain why I believe the local church is an ideal context in which to pursue racial reconciliation. I
How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation
Personal relationships and prayer preferred over preaching and protests.
Research. How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation. Personal AM. Nine out of 10 American pastors say they recently encouraged racial reconciliation.
Latasha Morrison: The Church Is the ‘Only Place Equipped to Do Racial Reconciliation Well’
The founder of Be the Bridge reveals her vision for solving America's race problem.
Latasha Morrison: The Church Is the 'Only Place Equipped to Do Racial Reconciliation Well'. “My strategy was to be a pioneer for reconciliation within the white church,” she said.
Why I Almost Left Evangelicalism
I almost distanced myself from the label years ago, but I’m glad I stayed.
I had been offering biblical teaching about ethnic reconciliation, emphasizing how Paul and other New Testament writers sacrificed deeply for the church's unity.
Zimbabwe Can Be Born Again: Church Leaders Explain Mugabe-Military Crisis
As politicians and media debate coup, evangelicals see ‘opportunity for the birth of a new nation.’
As politicians and media debate coup, evangelicals see 'opportunity for the birth of a new nation.'.
Jimmy Carter: Pursuing an Arc of ReconciliationSubscriber Access Only
The former president has a new hope for racial justice—starting with the church.
Jimmy Carter: Pursuing an Arc of Reconciliation. The former president has the '60s. When did you become passionate about racial reconciliation? Our family
A Broken, Dying World: Why Spiritual Hunger Is Real and How We Can Begin to Meet People Where They Are
Our hearts are restless until they find their rest in Thee
But even in our sin, His love never ceases. He sends Christ to forgive us our sins and extends to us a means of reconciliation with Him through Christ's death and resurrection.
Race in America: How Two Pastors (and dozens of churches) Partnered for Racial Reconciliation in Dallas
Senior Pastor of Concord Church in Dallas, TX
Oct 17, 2016. racial reconciliation. Race in America: How Two Pastors (and dozens of churches) Partnered for Racial Reconciliation in Dallas. Race in
The Burden and Promise of Racial Reconciliation
After Minnesota, Baton Rouge, and Dallas, can we transcend optimism or despair?
The Burden and Promise of Racial Reconciliation. As Christians we aim for nothing less than racial reconciliation, but we know that this cannot come without racial justice.
Racial Difference Without Division
The power of an ethnicity-honoring witness.
Asian, black, Latino, and white women and men came to speak to our group about how God shaped their ethnic journeys and invited them into deeper racial reconciliation and justice.
Why the US Thinks Restricting International Adoptions Will Save Them
Why the US Thinks Restricting International Adoptions Will Save Them
Experts debate State Department strategy to let the little children come less.
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