Ethnicity and Race
It has been argued that in America the most segregated hour of the week is 11:00 a.m. on Sunday morning.
We are, for all our diversity, sons and daughters of Adam and Eve, in need of the one remedy that only Jesus could secure: redemption, the forgiveness of sins.
Does the gospel of Jesus Christ have anything to say regarding how we’re to understand race?
With the hope of heaven, we can be freshly motivated to address issues of race here on earth.
A conversation with Jonathan and Thabiti.
Where racial intermarriage is disapproved, the culture with money and power will always dominate and always oppress.
Pastor Eric Redmond recounts his own pastoral experience as well as some of the challenges of inter-ethnic and economic ministry.
Thabiti tells the amazing story of growing up in a fatherless, African-American home, and how he went from nominal Christianity to Muslim antagonist against Christ to despair to Christian pastor.
How do you preach for change in a church with social gospel roots? Ken Jones, pastor of Greater Union Baptist Church in Compton, CA, takes the hot seat across from Mark Dever on the shape of reform in African-American churches.