When we suffer in 2019, remember God’s grace will be sufficient just as his resurrecting & transformative grace was sufficient for us in our suffering in 2018.
When we misinterpret scripture as prescriptive rather than descriptive, we can often create commands that were never commanded by God. We must be careful to take God at his word and not add meaning to it. Man-made traditions that burden believers are an offense to the liberating word of God. Disagreement My wife and I recently […]
Not one of God’s children will fail to see his goodness.
There are two narratives underlining the Servitude series. Servitude implies being subject to something more powerful than you. For the Christian, this powerful entity is sin. We are bound to its chains and are unable to free ourselves by any of our works. But by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we are […]
Caribbeans and African Americans believe lies about each other and if there is no one in your life to challenge those lies, you will accept them as fact.
Christians must be at the forefront of confronting a culture that devalues women – starting with the American church.
Celebrated for her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, her greatest contribution is the model she gave on the Christian life.
There is a constant danger within the church to take book-sized concepts and reduce them down to Tweet-sized statements. I have seen and experienced this practice of sharing well-intended (but ultimately unhelpful) encouragement to single Christians. I like to refer to them as “fast food graces.” These are morsels of truth-like statements that fit into […]
In the days of Jim Crow law and custom mandated racial segregation, physical signs of separation included placards over drinking fountains, separate entrances at movie theaters, and train cars dedicated to one race or another. It took a costly movement for civil rights in the mid-twentieth century to bring down those barriers and allow racial […]