Opposites do not attract

I know that my work is hard, that my words are difficult, that a race-less gospel can be hard to believe and believe in.  I believe it and initially, I was afraid to say it. It was not that I felt it was wrong, that I was not “fully persuaded,” that I thought that I […]

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And be a Christian

I am still surprised when I attend conferences with other Christians and the gathering is multicultural that the social construct of race still dictates our behavior, that believers of the God who “so loved the world” self- segregate though we have come together for a common purpose and goal for the same Lord in service […]

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Christ Saved My Life

Christ saved my life from stereotypes. “In Him, “I am a new creature and all things become new” (Second Corinthians 5.17).  I am not more of the same old colored people, another addition to the racial group.  I am not another number, added into the racial majority or minority. Christ saved my life from prejudice. […]

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Race Is Not Enough

I am more than what the eyes can see or what they tell you I am or will be.  I am not just flesh and bone but soul and spirit, not tied to earth but bound for heaven.  I don’t just walk. More than this flesh and its members.  I have more than feet, wings […]

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Enabling Race

“Hitler’s dictatorship rested on the constitutional foundation of a single law, the Enabling Law.” ~ Alan Bullock, British historian and author “Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.” ~ Ephesians 5.11 Among other things, I would describe race as an “unfruitful work of darkness.”  It is a work that […]

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