Is America more represented by the response to Houston or by the events of Charlottesville? Dr. Adam York explores this question and calls the church to be on the front lines of caring for all hurting people.
Casey McCall responds to the events in Charlottesville, Va and how white Christians should respond to their black brothers and sisters in Christ.
Moore, Russell and Andrew T. Walker, eds. The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation. The Gospel for Life Series. Nashville: B&H Academic, 2016. 102 pp. It happened again. Another black man was gunned down by police
[The following is a guest post by Jeremy Haskins, Lead Pastor of Ashland in Madison County] In 2009, my family decided to adopt. Our motivation was born out of a desire to
As a pastor I do not tell people who to vote for, but I do not hesitate to point out issues and positions that should disqualify candidates because of their actions and character. I publicly
What we celebrate at Christmas is a repudiation of racism and all forms of ethnocentric superiority and segregation. Jesus of Nazareth was a Jew, born of the Virgin Mary, and his adoptive father Joseph was
By the numbers, abortion is a racist business and has been from the start. At The Daily Signal, Kate Scanlon wrote a piece entitled, “13 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret
I want to offer a word of warning and exhortation to those burdened by the need for gospel-reflecting, multi-ethnic churches that are, at minimum, as diverse as their ministry context. The exhortation is “let us not
What we celebrate at Christmas is a repudiation of racism and all forms of ethnocentric superiority and segregation. Jesus of Nazareth was a Jew, born of the virgin Mary, and his adoptive father Joseph was