Happy 6th anniversary!

Today, my blog turns six and she remains my baby.  While I have been graced to write for several other outlets and to even become a published author, this blog is my greatest accomplishment.  It was here that I took the risk to share the race-less gospel of Jesus Christ and I remain committed to […]

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Questioning Race during Advent

Christ has come! This first Sunday of Advent reminds us that power was found in a cradle– not a crown.  Like persons in Jesus’s day, we are guilty of looking for him in the wrong places and among the wrong people.  As outlined in his stories, Jesus came to rearrange and change the order of […]

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Your god might be race if…

What motivates and inspires me in this sacred work is the unconscious idolatry practiced, the investment of belief, the gut- level faithfulness exhibited toward race in the practice of the Christian faith.  I have been called to separate race from God, to erase the color line in our churches and to do the groundwork for the ministry of reconciliation.  I […]

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What should the Church do about race?

“Of all the major institutions in our society, the church is still the most segregated.  Americans of different races work together, play together, study together and entertain eachother.  But seldom do they pray and worship together.” ~ David R. Williams “A great many black Americans view their white fellow citizens with anger.  And a great many white […]

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The Agreement of One

While I am certainly a promoter of community, fellowship and reconciliation, there are things for which I would separate myself, for which I would not want to be counted with the number.  My identity is one of them.  I cherish my being more than my belonging.  And if I had to stand alone, I would […]

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