In this article, contributor Jarvis Williams offers his thoughts on the Southern Baptist denomination and its relationship with African Americans.
Tyler Burns kicks off a new series focusing on white pastors in minority churches. This week we welcome Pastor Randy Nabors of The New City Network Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Stitcher Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
Jemar sits down with Executive Director of LifeWay Research, Ed Stetzer to discuss a number of topics centering around a groundbreaking study of African American church planting. Podcast – Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Stitcher Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
We’ve all heard the King quote, but do we know its context. E. Washington offers a historical perspective on Sunday mornings in America.
What does engaging culture really look like? Using a Trinitarian framework, Alicia Rollins explores three potential avenues of engagement.
Jemar is joined by professor Otis Pickett to discuss his research on John L. Girardeau and the glaring inconsistency embodied in early 19th century white southern Presbyterians who were also pro slavery. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Stitcher Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
Jemar is joined by Dr Mike Campbell of Redeemer Church Jackson to discuss how to start a multi-ethnic church, his personal journey to the reformed faith, and the concept of adiaphora. Subscribe – iTunes – Stitcher Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
In this article, RAAN contributor, Jarvis Williams, sounds a a gospel-centered call for reconciliation and justice that covers all instances of injustice.
Watchnight service is a shared experience for African Americans. But are we getting the right message going into a new year? Jeremy Williams on watchnight.
As we near the end of what has been an admittedly heavy year, Jemar takes a moment to point to the light and hope of Christ in the midst of the Christmas season. Note: Be sure to support the creation of this podcast by visiting www.patreon.com/podastery today! Subscribe – iTunes – Stitcher Social – @_PassTheMic […]
As we celebrate Advent, Mark Singleton offers us 5 reasons the virgin birth is beautiful.
In this final segment of a 3-part series on the Image of God in the African American experience, we see how Christ gives us an identity realer than race.
We’ve heard a lot about racial reconciliation, but what’s the point? Why pursue it? In this article, Delonte Harrod argues it points back to one thing.
Drawing from his experience as a pastor, Jamaal Williams offers five lessons he’s learned about transitioning a historical black church.
In this article, Brian Shepard recaptures the beauty of hymns in the African American experience.
In Scripture, we’re told to flee sin. But is that enough? In this article, Cornell Ngare explores running toward Golgotha.
Bryant Parsons responds to an article that misrepresents five prominent Christian practices from slavery.
Pastor Tim Keller’s spiritual fingerprints mark a generation of preachers. A series of lectures from the pastor are available for free. Check them out here.
Cornell Ngare shares a personal example of what it means to be ashamed of the gospel.
Is racial reconciliation necessary? Jarvis Williams argues that racial reconciliation can be experienced and must be pursued by all Christians.