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Why White Christians Should Be Pursuers of Racial Reconciliation
As white Americans, seeing people that look like us in the media, books, and our skin color is not a factor in our lives. But this is not true for all people. We can’t let our privilege hold us back from...
Does The Bible Promote Colorblindness?
There is a lack of Scriptural support for “ignoring or not seeing race.” And if passages like Galatians 3:28 and Colossians 3:11 are the best that can be offered in defense of this position, we can safely...
Aug 23, 2021
How to Understand and End Racism within Ourselves
“There is no Jew or Greek, slave or free, male and female; since you are all one in Christ Jesus.” (Galatians 3:28) A question continues to bumble through my brain, sometimes falling away only to later...
What Is Juneteenth?
Juneteenth was first proclaimed June 19, 1865, when previous slaves in Galveston, Texas, were declared free. This day not only represented independence and political liberty, but a new way of life.
Jun 18, 2021
New Rules on Race, Color, and Christianity
Our inclination to divide ourselves is the cause of racism. There is a solution, however. And that solution comes from Jesus.
5 Ways to Rebound When You’re Racially Stereotyped
If you’ve endured multiple cases of offensive behavior because someone racially stereotyped you, it’s possible for deep hurt to develop over time. Yet, as though oblivious to our feelings, Jesus instructs us...
Dr. Audrey Davidheiser
May 18, 2021
How Christianity Helps Us Overcome the Victim Mentality
Sometimes life is what we make it, for better or for worse. One thing I know for sure is that I don’t know everything there is to know. So, my story doesn’t stop at the perceived notion of myself being a...
What the George Floyd Trial Reveals to Us about Justice
We can thank God for the accountability rendered in this case. Even as we are glad for justice done, we should weep for injustices still at work, and for a life that is still gone.
Apr 22, 2021
5 Ways Empathy Helps Racial Reconciliation
Complex pain and complicated topics, like racial reconciliation, require more than quick fixes. But they also demand that we refuse to ignore the issue.
Nov 20, 2020
How Your Response to COVID, Racism, and the Election Can Impact Your Kids
Our responses to the events of 2020 will impact our children's faith. Not only do we want to be a good witness to a watching world, but we want to be a good representative of our Lord to our watching...
Beth Ann Baus
Nov 10, 2020
A Breakthrough Guide for Small Group Discussion on Healing Racism
The sins of racism and prejudice are rampant in our world. The heartbreaking reality is that our struggle to overcome bias stretches back to the beginning of human history. Even the first family felt the...
Nov 02, 2020
How I Learned How to Treat My Privilege with Humility
Nothing made me feel more defensive and icky, though, than realizing I had to reckon with white privilege. It was my classmate's story, which triggered my come-to-Jesus moment on this.
Oct 22, 2020
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