Whose History? Whose Independence? An Interview with Alan Cross

Whose History? Whose Independence? An Interview with Alan Cross

Healthy conversation and debate suffers from the 24/7 news cycle. The shooting of the Charleston 9 stirred deep conversations about the racial history in the United States. While the conversations and fallout continue, several SCOTUS decisions threaten(ed) to move the important discussions about racial issues to the back burner. Except, black churches are burning. Read More

Only By Persistence and Fortitude

Only By Persistence and Fortitude

“How is it someone may forgive so quickly?” Considering the circumstances surrounding the events at Mother Emanuel last Wednesday evening, the questioner asks a legitimate, if not critical, question. Read More

Goliath, David, and South Carolina

Goliath, David, and South Carolina

My friend Lance Ford posted to Facebook,

White Pastors: It’s Thursday. Are you willing to set your long ago planned sermon series on the shelf and consider what the Lord would have you say to your church in light of the yet-another unspeakable crime against our black siblings?

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In Action But Not Missing

In Action But Not Missing

My friend Ed Cyzewski recently wrote,

At this point in my life, sacrificing a bit of consistency for the sake of picking only my best thoughts, rather than sharing ALL of my thoughts, feels like either a wise or a “less dumb” shift. I truly do need to write a lot, but it doesn’t all necessarily need to be shared.

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