God loves the trap and has died for its inhabitants.
Author: Ameen Hudson
“Follow a Crescendo to its highest point and you’ll find that even at your lowest, you were going somewhere higher.”
“How did you get here? What made you keep going?”
The recruitment of African artists is one of the aspects that makes this album remarkable.
In an era when it’s popular to create nostalgia, it’s not always easy to find someone who can do it well.
Last month, Joyner Lucas released his new and provocative music video, “I’m not racist.” With more than 11 million views on YouTube and 34 million views on Facebook, it’s safe to say the video has been a viral smash. Lucas, who is a hip-hop artist signed to Atlantic records, garnered attention from his 2015 single […]
The judicial system has proven itself to be quite draconian toward people of color.
Lecrae Devaugh Moore is not a stranger to the evangelical Christian world. In September 2008 he released an album entitled “Rebel.” It became the soundtrack to the lives of many evangelical Christians, young and old, urban and suburban. The Hallmark track “Don’t Waste Your Life” (based on a book by popular reformed evangelical Pastor John […]
This is Part 2 of Ameen Hudson’s, Evangelicalism and White Centered Discipleship, series. For Part 1, please click here. These virulent norms bleed into marriage and family roles, creating a paradigm based off of middle-class, white cultural norms that are not everyone’s reality or desire. Men of color are left searching for the quintessential wife […]
White-centeredness highlights the actions of the majority culture as normal, authoritative, and foolproof. White supremacy, on the other hand, can be defined as the belief that white people are inherently superior to people from all other racial groups, and are therefore rightfully the dominant group in any society. Lately there has been much conversation, and […]
I’m just going to say it. I believe one of the things that has hurt the economic and vocational future of young urban Christians is the misapplication of contextualized suburban theology. Let me explain. My statement isn’t a castigation of suburban theologians. I’m simply making an observation from my own personal experience and the experiences of […]
Ameen Hudson pens an open satirical letter to Christian leaders, urging them to be more transparent on social media.
In this article, RAAN contributor Ameen Hudson writes about struggles he faces as a single person who is encouraged to be content.
My name is Ameen. I’ve been saved for eight years. I’m reformed and I’m black. My family loves people from all races, so ethnocentrism was never a struggle during my growing up years. For the most part, I was open to making friends with people regardless of their skin color, race or background. Magnificent Truth […]