Embrace: God’s Radical Shalom for a Divided World

Embrace Gods Shalom

My friends, we are not called to safe. We never have been and we never will be.

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BlackLivesMatter, and Not Just on the Street


If #BlackLivesMatter, I encourage you to think about ways you can make that clear in your family, church, and organizational culture today. This isn’t just the responsibility of police officers. It’s something all of us need to work on.

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What If It Were Your Son?


What if you were the Brown family? What if your son, who was preparing to leave home and start his college career, was approached by police for either jaywalking or stealing cigars from a store?

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Racism, Moral Law and the Penn State Abuse Scandal

“A time comes when silence is betrayal.” — Martin Luther King My heart is very heavy today as I read …

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Bernard Hopkins, Donovan McNabb, and Debunking the ‘Black Card’

During a recent interview, professional boxer Bernard Hopkins aimed remarks at all-pro quarterback Donovan McNabb that essentially implied McNabb was …

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I Met a White Man and He Couldn’t Dance

I attended a majority white high school in the late ’70s and since that time my life has been one …

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Am I Living the American Dream?

We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal. This opening to the Declaration of Independence …

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