In this article, Cyril chavis, JR. reminds us that God alone really knows us. This fact can be scary, but it is the Gospel that makes the thought sweet.
Author: Cyril Chavis, Jr.
In this article, RAAN contributor Cyril Chavis offers some brief reflections on ERLC’s Leadership Summit on the Gospel and Race.
In this article, contributor Cyril Chavis offers a music review of the debut album from Epiphany Fellowship’s worship team, Doxa.
In this post RAAN contributor, Cyril Chavis, Jr, recaps an article from Karen Ellis on urban disciple makers.
What do your prayers look like? In the second part of a two-part series, Cyril Chavis, Jr. asks us four more challenging questions about prayer.
What do your prayers look like? In the first part of a two-part series, Cyril Chavis, Jr. asks us three questions about prayer.
Cheap grace is grace without the cross. How remembering the gospel can help strengthen your faith.
Should I Let Her Know? Growing up, one of my favorite hip-hop artists was Talib Kweli. One of his lines from the song, “Hot Thing,” continues to stick with me: “I might be falling in love; should I let her know? A pimp told me if I love her, I should let her go.” This line hints at how […]
Leaving a black church and entering into the world of a predominately white reformed church is a hard transition as a black person. Pride, bitterness and loneliness can consume one in such an environment where you might be challenged, misunderstood and alienated, often times unintentionally. To help prevent this, we must remind others going through […]