Why are we reluctant to talk about race and racial divides, and what can we do about it? Read more to find out.
The civil rights movement succeeded not simply because the arc of history bends toward justice but because, embedded in our common humanity, we know that Someone is bending it toward a Judgment Seat.
Is not the mission of God to see people not only reconciled to God, but also diverse groups reconciled to each other? In this video, Leonce Crump challenges us to pursue racial reconciliation in light of the gospel.
We must repent of our missional silence on racial injustice, not only with our voice, but with our lives.
Matt Chandler talks bluntly about race and the need for racial reconciliation.
My journey has literally taken me across the country and cultures. Along the way my life and ministry has changed dramatically in the following 4 ways.
Here's a review of some of the latest reflections on the events that have unfolded in Ferguson, Missouri.
It’s time for us to repent of our silence, of our lack of actions, and of buying into the wrong cultural norms and not being appropriately counter-cultural for the good of all people. Here's how.
A recent study reveals that the majority of African-Americans still believe that race is a huge issue in our society, while the majority of whites do not think that race is a significant factor.
In Honor of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., here is his famous Letter from Birmingham Jail.
A 6 week series of articles by Bob Lupton on justice in at-risk communities.
"The more we divide, the less the world sees Jesus." Check out this powerful message from Leroy Barber.