Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Reconciliation and Foot-Washing in Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood – Hannah Anderson
In the height of racial tension in the 1960’s, Fred Rogers, a Presbyterian minister, made a statement on his children’s program Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood by sharing a foot bath with Officer Clemmons, an African American. Hannah Anderson writes about this moment and how it can serve as an example for us today.
It’s a painful question. Why do churches wound their pastors? Dan Doriani writes a helpful piece on how church members can better serve and love their pastors.
Who are you? Does your public persona match who you really are? Google likely knows. Check out this short post by Russell Moore as he reflects on a recent book he read, Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are.