I’ve been drowning in a sea of Western white evangelicalism the last few years. It began back in 2012 when … More
There is Geography to the Call of God 16 years ago, I arrived at the University of Texas at Austin … More
People of color are given a seat at the table but not the resources to do the actual work of justice.
Diversity has never been a problem to be solved, but a song to be sung.
In recent weeks I have had a series of conversations with close friends of varying ethnicities about the trauma of … More
I love February. It’s a great month. First off, I get paid sooner—it has less days. It is also Black … More
Martin Luther King Day for 2016 has come and gone. Given the current racial tensions in our society and the … More
I love a good story. The best ones are filled with action, suspense, drama, and a dash of romance. We … More
If the events of this year have taught us anything, it is that our country, and the church, have had a number of false starts when it comes to racial reconciliation.
Keep speaking. Keep praying. Keep fighting. We need you.