by Scott Moore, Main Contributor When we look into the eyes of other individuals, we are supposed to see fellow image bearers. Like us, they are created in the image of God, with knowledge, righteousness, and holiness. We are supposed to see people with intrinsic dignity, liberty, and worth sown into the very fabric of […]
A Message of from RAAN’s Co-Founders The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty (Prov. 21:5). As Phillip and I have seen God work in and through RAAN, we have learned that what God is doing takes time. We are like farmers waiting for the […]
Check out this discussion between Alex Faith and Adam Thomason about Alex’s upcoming single, “Promised Land”. Be sure to grab it when it drops 11-16-12 on iTunes.
By Trillia Newbell, Main Contributor I remember when I first heard Barack Obama had won the presidency of the United States. I was thrilled. The first Black President of the United States. I thought about how proud my father would have been if he were alive. I thought about the men and women who fought […]
October 2012 marks the one year anniversary of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN). RAAN exists to fuel modern reformation in the African American community and our multi-ethnic nation beyond. So it is fitting that we would release this video on October 31, Reformation Day. This video–featuring Co-Founders Phillip Holmes and Jemar Tisby–is first and […]
Man, it’s loud. Lately it seems someone turned up the volume. Most election years naturally excite enthusiasm and rancor. However, the volume seems particularly acute this year. Politically speaking, the country appears more divided than I ever remember it being. From those who bleed democrat blue to those who rage with republican red, and the […]
A week ago, Alex Faith released his debut album, “Honest 2 God“. I became a fan of Alex when I heard him on Sho Baraka’s mixtape, “Barakaology”, back in 2009. Ever since then I’ve been eager to hear him again. I met him for the first time in the Spring of this year when my college ministry, RUF, brought High Society in […]
By Jemar Tisby A few Sundays ago I participated in one of the most memorable worship services of my life. Pastor Mike Campbell of Redeemer Church in Jackson, MS preached a biblically sound and passionate sermon on Titus 2:11-14 to a mixed congregation of hundreds of White and Black believers in a visible demonstration of what he called “Big […]