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God’s Cleaning His House…the Church
D.A. Horton stops by to talk about how God is cleaning up his bride amidst current events.
Through current events dealing with ethnicity, race, and systemic oppression, He is exposing our dirty laundry (the systemic segregation in our churches, interpersonal networks, and
InterVarsity, #BlackLivesMatter, Criticism, and Three Suggestions for the Future
What are we to make of the recent InterVarsity comments on #BlackLivesMatter?
As a result of this incident, the Board passed a resolution forbidding racial segregation at InterVarsity events and calling for unity in the body of Christ.
Segregation and the Church: From Where We've Come
Pastor Mark DeYmaz shares his thoughts on new LifeWay Research data on segregation and the church.
Pastor Mark DeYmaz shares his thoughts on new LifeWay Research data on segregation and the church. Segregation and the Church: From Where We've Come.
Sunday Morning Segregation: Most Worshipers Feel Their Church Has Enough Diversity
LifeWay survey finds only a third of Americans have worshiped as a minority, and half didn't last a year.
Sunday Morning Segregation: Most Worshipers Feel Their Church Has Enough Diversity. LifeWay survey finds only a third of Americans have worshiped
I Want My Promised Land
We must consider whether or not we have reached the "Promised Land" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. envisioned.
As a black man who is 37 years old, I find myself living in times that my ancestors would not have dreamed of; times far away from the cruelty of slavery, Jim Crow, and segregation.
How It Became So Easy to Ignore the Poor
Growing income inequality and economic segregation have insulated our privilege.
Dec 29 2015. Growing income inequality and economic segregation have insulated our privilege. A recent study found that economic segregation is on the rise.
Luke 19 and the Segregation of the Church
More reflections on Martin Luther King, Jr. day and the segregation of the church from Bryan Loritts.
More reflections on Martin Luther King, Jr. day and the segregation of the church from Bryan Loritts. Jan 20, 2015. Worship Services. Luke 19 and the Segregation of the Church.
Harmony on Earth
On MLK Day, Rethinking Racial Integration
But before we follow the lead of countless others in offering solutions for this problem, we need to ask why segregation is a problem and whether integration is the proper solution.
Supreme Court Lets Ban on Churches in NYC Schools Stand
Bronx Household of Faith gets bad news before Easter Sunday.
This policy is clearly nothing more than religious segregation—the kind of segregation the mayor has said he opposes,” said Jordan Lorence, senior counsel with Alliance Defending
Morning Roundup 2/26/15
Evangelicals and Catholics on Marriage; Churches Need Diversity; Sunday Segregation
Feb 26, 2015. Roundup. Morning Roundup 2/26/15. Morning Roundup 2/26/15. Evangelicals and Catholics on Marriage; Churches Need Diversity; Sunday Segregation |. Ed Stetzer.
The Most Segregated Hour of the Week?
Reflections on church diversity on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
While their civil rights siblings brought attention to segregation at lunch counters through their “sit ins,” those who chose to kneel brought focused attention to an even uglier truth
3 Reasons Why I Hate Diversity
Christena Cleveland shares some of the hesitations all of us have to face when we welcome diversity.
ethnically segregated hours of the week. In fact, many people are more than fine with segregation; they defend it! The researchers reported that more
Thursday is for Thinkers: Not Caring About Diversity is Not an Option
Trillia Newbell explores why many American churchgoers do not care about diversity.
At least that's what the majority of churchgoers believe. Segregation within the Church will remain as long as we are content with the status quo—which we are.
How Urban Christians Failed President Obama
The transgender bathroom directive is the latest sign that we shouldn't have given him a pass.
Family Business. In years past, black leaders, such as Fannie Lou Hamer, fought against conservatives on segregation and against the secular left for the sanctity of life.
Morning Roundup 12/18/14
A wrap up of coverage following A Time to Speak
Church, and more specifically Evangelicals from a much broader base of denominations and networks than ever before, to address their own systemic segregation," said Pastor Mark
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