As I scrolled through Facebook it seemed as though every few posts are race-related. Which is good. I think. I don't know. I'm probably more indifferent. Posts about the protest, riots, looting, statues, fight songs, White Jesus, flags, etc. The week of George Floyd's murder was one of the biggest turning points for America since … Continue reading To My White Brothers & Sisters, Are You Still Listening?
Before we talk about the action steps, if you haven't already, be sure to check out the first blog post How should Christians Respond to Racial Injustices? It talks about the first two steps which are: awareness and acknowledgment. If we are not aware and if we don't acknowledge, then we can't be held accountable or be … Continue reading How Should Christians Respond to Racial Injustices? Part 2 – A Call To Action
The unjust killing of Ahmuad Arbery shook the Christian world. Which is good. More people are becoming aware of the injustices towards blacks. They're hurting. They're confused. They're anxious. They want to join the fight. For my white brothers and sisters, I would ask that you read this with an open mind. Know that we … Continue reading How should Christians Respond to Racial Injustices?
This case is a big step forward for justice and equality for the black community. Over the last few years, we have seen footage of unarmed black men getting shot by white police officers and convictions seem to be rare. Now let me be clear because these types of topics tend to be divisive. I … Continue reading My Thoughts On The Amber Guyger Trial
So why did Peter get out of the boat? Peter was already the brash, act first-think later kind of disciple. He is often known for denying Jesus 3 times in a 12 hour period and sinking in the water after he begins to doubt, but I still find it crazy that Peter even got out … Continue reading Why Did Peter Get Out of the Boat?