Tyler is joined by Thabiti Anyabwile to discuss several topics including faith and politics, the recent events taking place surrounding the University of Missouri, as well as his new book: Reviving the Black Church: New Life for a Sacred Institution Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic […]
Jemar Tisby explains the Master Narrative: the diluted story of the Civil Rights Movement.
He offers resources for a more thorough understanding of racism in this country, citing “reconciliation only happens in the context of truth.”
Dr. Stephen Nichols challenges the movements that say the Reformers caused needless division within the Church. He argues that the Reformation still matters, because the Gospel still matters.
In this 2-part series, Kristie Anyabwile give us insight into the type of friendships we should seek and cultivate.
In this article, Terrence Jones writes on the importance of engaging men in the “urban synagogue”. Are our ministry programs focused on the wrong groups?
In a response to Creflo Dollar’s statement, Dylan Justus highlights what is wrong with the prosperity gospel, and calls those who make an idol of money into repentance.
A great video from our friend Joseph Solomon on porn and the Gospel!
Christian interpreters often wrongly reduce the gospel to a message that explains how a person becomes a Christian. Some define gospel only as justification by faith. Others define it as the message about the cross and resurrection of Jesus. Although these important truths are foundational to the biblical concept of gospel, they do not exhaust […]
Jemar sits down with Rev. Duke Kwon at this years LDR. Together they discuss building relationships in a multiethnic church setting. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Satchel – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
For Taelor Gray, acting on a desire for a multicultural worship experience led to passive persecution from others in the black church. He highlights a similar situation between Apostles Paul and Peter.
Tyler is joined by Pastor Derwin L Gray of Transformation Church in Indian Land, South Carolina to discuss his experiences in the NFL, multi-ethnic church planting, and his new book “The High Definition Leader” Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Satchel – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
In this article, RAAN contributor Dylan Justus gives us the difference between a fundamental and missional church, and highlights why the Gospel and its clarity is the most important thing.
A church in flames against the backdrop of night is a strong and evocative image. The tension swirling around the recent rash of Southern church fires in the US is understandable, given the history of terrorism against African American churches. The most recent fire at Mt. Zion AME Church in Greeleyville is being investigated by […]
If you remain part of a church for long enough you’ll probably witness a pastoral transition. The pastor who was there when you arrived will not be the pastor who remains there forever. Of course, some pastors stay at the same church for decades, but most of us will send one man off and go […]
In this article, Ivan Strong Moore reflects on a incident of campus violence and the process of extending students grace, a kind ear, and guidance.
In this article, RAAN contributor Nana Dolce thanks God for parental failures that lead her to seek the Lord’s strength in her weaknesses.
n this article, RAAN President Jemar Tisby kicks off a series on Black Presbyterians with two pioneers in the PCA.
Jemar sits down with Dr Tony Evans at the ERLC Leadership Summit to discus his talk on Racial Reconciliation, the Gospel, as well as his views on predestination. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
In this article, contributor Joshua Foster shares personal reflections about identity and ethnicity as a mixed race Christian.
In this article, RAAN contributor Earon James discusses the harmful leadership dynamic of pastors whose leadership resembles the leadership of the pope.