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Introducing My Blog Series on Race
A dozen women and men have contributed essays related to racial reconciliation in the evangelical church.
Model Minorities: Welcome to the Church
But stay away from our daughters. A guest post by Romesh Wijesooriaya
In Christ, There Are No Racial Stereotypes
A call for evangelical leadership in racial reconciliation. A guest post by Michael McBride
Confessing My Racism
How forgiveness could transform us all. A Guest post by Anna Broadway.
Bankruptcy Helped Me Love My Neighbor
How one pastor found himself caught up in the mortgage crisis. A guest post by Troy Jackson.
Just Because the Door is Open Doesn't Mean I'm Welcome Here
Every church makes assumptions. It helps to acknowledge them. A guest post by Kathy Khang.
Ten Books on Racial Reconciliation and the Church
Racial Reconciliation 2.0
We are all called to the work of reconciliation. A guest post by Rudy Carrasco
John Perkins: The Sin of Racism Made Ferguson Escalate So Quickly
The Christian civil rights leader responds to the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Multiculturalism Beyond Photo Ops and Potlucks
An interview with reconciliation scholar Dominique Gilliard.
White Christians: It's Time to Stand in Solidarity With Your Black Brothers and Sisters
The history that led us to Ferguson. A guest post by Christena Cleveland
Want to Be Multiethnic? Get Ready For Discomfort
Living out the gospel ideal of reconciled community proved far more difficult, and wonderful, than we ever expected.
On the Ground in Ferguson
Beauty, lament, and sitting together at the foot of the cross.
Christ is the Answer to Our Race Problem
Three practical, public, and personal ways for the church to lead. The final guest post in our series on racial reconciliation, by Kyle Canty.
Why I Don’t Want My Child to be “Colorblind”
Four ways to see the beauty of the colorful world of people all around us. A guest post by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson.
Healing Begins Here
A summary of my blog series on racial reconciliation and the church.
God Hasn’t Given Up on Reconciliation
Some final thoughts, and a prayer, on how to respond when racial reconciliation seems hopeless.
Confession Leads to Reconciliation Leads to Community
An interview with Mae Elise Cannon and Soong-Chan Rah about their new book, Forgive Us.
Three Months After Michael Brown's Death in Ferguson, Missouri
An interview with local pastor and professor Michael Higgins
A White Cop and a Black Lady
Talking After Ferguson, Hands Down, a guest post by Patricia Raybon
Love Thy Extraterrestrial Neighbor
Love Thy Extraterrestrial Neighbor
The burgeoning field of astrobiology and what it tells us about the meaning of life.
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