Articles on Racial Reconciliation

"I wanted the world to see what they did to my baby." - Mamie Till-Mobley​ Wrapped in a bronze-colored metal lattice, with a structure fashioned after the three-tiered crowns used in Yoruban art from West Africa, the National Museum of... Continue...

This is the final post in a two-part series. You can read the first part here. What does the call to action for racial reconciliation mean for us as believers in general and what might that mean for us at... Continue...

This is the first part in a two-part series. The year I began college was a year of international unrest, national anxiety, and angst. It was also the year that I began to understand that the dream of Martin Luther... Continue...

WASHINGTON (BP) — For two United States senators, a solution to America's racial division could start simply with a meal in a home. Sens. James Lankford of Oklahoma and Tim Scott of South Carolina are continuing to promote the Solution... Continue...

The Bible was central to the thought, rhetoric, and development of the Civil Rights Movement. This was influenced by the essential role of black churches and preachers in the organization of the movement. Not only was the movement characterized by... Continue...

I live in Charlottesville, Virginia. You may have heard of it. You may have seen my city on the news or on your Twitter feed after several white nationalist and white supremacist groups converged on our downtown park to protest... Continue...

As the rain fell on a hot and muggy Southern afternoon, I stood there outside the husk of what was once a proud church—and is still a landmark in the Civil Rights movement—as cars and trucks were slowly exiting the... Continue...

There was a time when the church was very powerful. It was during that period that the early Christians rejoiced when they were deemed worthy to suffer for what they believed. In those days the church was not merely a... Continue...

The institution of slavery has been called America’s “national birth defect.” “Black Americans were,” in the words of one professor of political science, “a founding population [of the American colonies]. Africans and Europeans came here and founded this country together,... Continue...

About the time I received the request to write this article, a pastor contacted me through social media with some questions. They were sincere and humble questions he had as a white pastor about race and racial injustice—questions he probably... Continue...