"Doing Racial Harmony": A Workshop by RAAN at #TGC15

Maybe you’re convinced that Americans, and Christians in particular, need to…


4 Ways Starbucks Was Confused About Race

With good intentions, Starbucks recently launched a “Race Together” campaign in…


Pass The Mic: Should I Go To Seminary

Jemar and Beau discuss the value of theological training through seminary as…


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SAE and the Lynching Tree

Fifty years ago, a multi-racial group of brave Civil Rights activists marched…


Pass The Mic: Phillip Holmes

Jemar and Phillip discuss the future as Phillip steps down as Vice President of…


What President Obama Did (and Did Not) Say at the National Prayer Breakfast

For evangelical Christians, who vigorously defend interpreting Bible verses in…


Why I Choose to Use the Word Reformed

The word “Reformed” carries lots of baggage in Christian circles. If it’s not…


Pass The Mic: Small Group Ministry

Jemar is joined with Beau York to discuss growth groups, the benefits of this…


Pass The Mic: Discipleship

Jemar sits down with the BJ Thompson and Tyler Burns to discuss the state of…


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A Time to Speak

My husband and I live east of the Anacostia River in Washington D.C. The area,…


Pass The Mic: Year In Review

In many respects this past year was filled with triumphs as well as…


Decide God Is Still Good

I attended the Legacy Disciple Conference this summer in Chicago. The…


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Top 10 RAAN Posts For 2014

It's that time of year again. The time of the year where everyone in the…


Pass The Mic: Vincent Bacote

Jemar sits down with Dr Vincent Bacote to discuss Public Theology, Abraham…


Quick to Listen: Reflections on Ferguson

IntroductionAfter the grand jury’s verdict in Ferguson, those in the…


Roundtable: Differing Responses On Ferguson

Jemar and Phillip are joined with Dr Alan Noble of Oklahoma Baptist University…


Pass The Mic: Ferguson Revisited

Many of us struggle to process the events of Ferguson. Since the grand jury…


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50 Years After the Civil Rights Act

On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into…


Special LIVE Pass the Mic: Ferguson Revisited

Many of us struggle to process the events of Ferguson. Since the grand jury…


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The Purpose of Education

The Question Recently my 4-year-old daughter asked me the deeply penetrating…