Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Truth’s Table: Black Women’s Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation. Preorder your copy today! From the chapter, “DECOLONIZED DISCIPLESHIP” by Ekemini Uwan The irony of all ironies is that I originally wrote this essay, “Decolonized Discipleship,” years ago because an “urban” white evangelical organization reached out and […]
Author: Ekemini Uwan
God’s people are to glorify and image him in all that they do. God is glorified through his people assembling together in the community of the church.
On Friday afternoon, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed when I stumbled upon a post shared by a friend who challenged the prejudiced rhetoric of Dr. James White’s post. Whenever there is a social media post, story, or an incident involving race, as a person of color, I must do a racial cost-benefit analysis. […]
In this article, Ekemini Uwan soundly explains what Jesus’ return has to do with the Black Lives Matter movement, and includes how believers can practically engage the movement.
Each of us will experience the loss of a loved one, but Ekemini Uwan reminds us that there’s a death that leads to life.
This week’s Monday Meditation comes from Jeremiah 2 and encourages us to cultivate a holy thirst for God.
I have embarked on a three-part apologetic series on Rhonda Byrne’s book, The Secret. In part one, we examined The Secret on its own terms. In part two of this series, we explored its framework, and now we have arrived at final installment of this series, in which we will examine its plausibility and inevitable blasphemy. Plausibility I would […]
Earlier, I embarked on a three-part apologetic mini-blog series on Rhonda Byrne’s book, The Secret. In part one, we examined The Secret on its own terms. In part two of this series, we will explore its framework, or blueprint. Ask, Believe, and Receive Rhonda Byrne’s blueprint for how to create your reality is lifted out of the pages of […]
I am embarking on a three-part apologetic mini-blog series on Rhonda Byrne’s book entitled, The Secret. I will examine The Secret on its own terms, its framework, plausibility, and blasphemy. In so doing, I will uncover the presuppositions that Byrne holds, while simultaneously demonstrating the inevitable incoherence of The Secret in view of the Christian […]
Be Still, My Soul Psalm 131 O Lord, my heart is not lifted up; my eyes are not raised too high; I do not occupy myself with things too great and too marvelous for me. But I have calmed and quieted my soul, like a weaned child with its mother; like a weaned child is […]
If you’re called to full-time ministry, you know the day is coming—if it hasn’t already—when you will have to raise financial support. When I think about support-raising, I hear faint ominous chords playing in my ears. Okay, that’s somewhat facetious, but I have a sneaking suspicion I’m not alone. [pullquote]Let’s face it, raising support can […]