Resources on Race

For years, I skipped over the extended genealogy in Matthew 1. I assumed that it was simply written to establish the Jewish identity and lineage of Jesus as the Son of David, the Son of Abraham. What possible significance could... Continue...

The recently released film Loving tells the true story of an interracially married couple who were banished from their home state because of a racist law—a law which was eventually overturned by the Supreme Court. Here are five facts you... Continue...

The news stories continue to pour in and all of us—red and yellow, black and white—look on in disbelief. Could this really be happening in 2016? Police officers being shot down; cops using what appears to be excessive force resulting... Continue...

Last week, just a few days after two black men were killed by white police and a day after five white officers were killed by a black man who admittedly targeted white police, President Obama stood in front of the... Continue...

Russell Moore speaks on what unity in the church means for racial justice at the 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit on "The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation." Find more videos like these in the resource section. Continue...

The cascading news stories of violence involving police have sent Americans from shock to grief and back through the terrible cycle multiple times this week. How should Christians respond? Here are five ways to help guide our thinking: 1. Love.... Continue...

Below are lightly edited remarks from Jimmy Scroggins, which he plans to share with his congregation in video form on how we should think about the violence in our country and what the Church must do. They are offered here... Continue...

Although I live only 10 miles from downtown Dallas, I’m rarely there. But last night, of all nights, I was. I was just a couple of miles south of Dallas when the shootings took place and had to make my... Continue...

They swore to protect and serve. Now they lie dead and wounded. Last night five law enforcement officers in Dallas were killed and six more were wounded. They need our prayers, as do all the men and women who dedicate... Continue...