Healing from Race, Race, Race and Christian Identity, Race and Christian Witness, Race and Culture, Teaching Racelessness

Resisting Race

Race is a rule of law.  The color line is well- defined as each generation digs in their heels. "We shall not be moved."  We fold our arms and turn our backs.  We turn on each other and take turns hating the other. I hate you.  You hate me.  We hate them.  One way of… Continue reading Resisting Race

American Identity, Healing from Race, Post- racial, Race, Race and Christian Identity, Racial Identity, Teaching Racelessness, The Spiritual Life

Race is not a body language

Race is not a body language. It is not a form of nonverbal communication as one’s physical features do not actually communicate physical behaviors.  Because there must be a bad connection as the calls are all the same.  Black is bad, can’t be half bad but must be all bad, a bad apple that leaves… Continue reading Race is not a body language

Race, Teaching Racelessness, The Spiritual Life

Our Journey with Race: Where are we going?

"Our steps are made firm by the Lord, when he delights in our way; though we stumble, we shall not fall headlong, for the Lord holds us by the hand." ~ Psalm 37.23-24, NRSV Today's socially acceptable Christianity, that is this understanding of the religion made popular by reality television, movies and their stars, spoofs and television evangelists (who… Continue reading Our Journey with Race: Where are we going?

Race and Speech, Teaching Racelessness

Race Has No Body

In my distress, I called to the Lord, and He answered me: 'Lord, deliver me from lying lips and a decietful tongue.'" ~Psalm 120.1 Some years ago, I realized that speaking of myself in terms of race was a deception. I was lying to myself. I was not really black... at least not yet. I had… Continue reading Race Has No Body