You’re not race-less yet?

Still signing up and showing up for the role of colored people, black, brown, red, yellow, white and otherwise?  Well, here are a few words of wisdom from two of my favorite writers to get you to choose differently and to say something more about who you are as a human being.  Because race is […]

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Asking for a generation

What could the Church in North America do if it put its hands together across cultures, if it desegregated its pews and pulpits, if it reflected the changing community outside its doors?  Who would we become and what witness could we offer the world if we chose our baptismal identity in Christ over and against […]

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Race is not the way

“Once we start paying attention to Jesus’ way, it doesn’t take long for us to realize that following Jesus is radically different from following anyone else.” | Eugene Peterson, The Jesus Way The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. famously said, “The most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.”  We […]

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When fighting, leave race out of it

“America is in trouble, and a lot of that trouble– perhaps most of it– has to do with race.” | Michael Eric Dyson, Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America This is between you and me, us and them, us four and any more who want to join us.  Pick a side and […]

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Saying, “I don’t see color” is not the answer to racism

I am not blind and I am certainly not color- blind.  That’s not what the race-less gospel means or aims to accomplish.  I am not hoping that the world will turn a blind eye to the different physical appearances of human beings across cultures and the globe.  Please don’t tell your eyes that they are […]

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