The Raceless Gospel is all over the place

The Raceless Gospel is going places and by this I mean, the message is spreading. What began as a question and led to ten years of seeking answers around human identity, the sociopolitical construct of race and belonging in authentic Christian community is now my journey, my path, my way forward, my whole world. I […]

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Identifying Jesus when he looks nothing like the gospel

More than a year into the pandemic, people are making tough decisions to leave jobs that don’t work for them, to leave relationships that are not healthy and mutually beneficial, to leave churches that don’t serve their faith well. They are rethinking their life’s ambitions and choosing to do it now, more convinced than ever […]

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White Christian Nationalism: I didn’t sign up for this

I didn’t sign up for this.   I’m certain of it.  I checked the salvation plan at the end of the pamphlet that was handed to me by an adult who was convinced that the gesture was well- meaning because my soul was in danger.  I checked my notes from my new members’ class and double checked my […]

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Technical Difficulty: Leading during a Pandemic

I don’t know who had a once in a century pandemic on their 2020 vision board but I didn’t.  I didn’t see this coming or imagine that the world would change because of it.  Socially distant, at least six feet apart, the pandemic has changed the way “we live, move and have our being” (Acts […]

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A force to be reckoned with

“You have to decide who you are and force the world to deal with you, not with its idea of you.” | James Baldwin Pushing back on society’s image of you takes strength, discipline and conviction.  There is no easy way out, no clearly marked and accessible option other than the racialized ones.  You will […]

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