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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Dismantling Racism By Active Listening

Active Listening

Listening requires we shut our own mouths long enough to allow the stories of someone else be the vessel of the Spirit to identify prejudices in our hearts.

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There Are No Shortcuts. We Need Lament.

Jeremiah Laments The Fall Of Jerusalem

Lament is about opening our eyes, not just to let the tears flow, but to really see.

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Who’s Most Precious in God’s Sight: An Interview with Leroy Barber

Leroy Headshot

Isn’t it funny that many of the missions and ministry organizations standing against injustice perpetuate it within their own organizations?

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Remember Those Who Are in Prison

Remember Those Who Are In Prison

JULY 24, 2014 | BY: PAT ANDERSON — America’s addiction to locking people in prison for interminable periods of time began in the 1970s…

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Thank you for your Kindness, Uncle Vincent

Uncle Vincent

MAY 20, 2014 | BY: JARROD MCKENNA — I’ve just learnt that Uncle Vincent, as he insisted I call him, has died at 82. We had been…

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Overcoming a Theology of Oppression

Out Of My Mind Following The Trajectory Of Gods Regenerative Story

MAY 16, 2014 | BY: TONY CAMPOLO — For many Christians, the faith struggles of W. J. de Kock will prove to be reflections of their…

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