Resources on Race

I was born in Memphis, Tenn., a little less than two decades after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot. Growing up there allowed me to frequently visit the Lorraine Motel and National Civil Rights Museum on field trips. Yet, as... Continue...

Jackie Hill Perry discusses equipping the next generation to embrace gospel diversity. Continue...

People can have feelings of prejudice about other races. Beau Hughes shares how churches can help people recognize and address this in their lives.  Continue...

Some of the most difficult questions currently facing the American Church involve how to deal with racial tension. Collin Hansen, Christina Edmondson, Justin Giboney, Juan Sanchez, and Benjamin Watson face some of those questions head on in a panel discussion... Continue...

Peering at the present state of racial relations within the church can leave one feeling discouraged. But, as Christians, we know that He who is in us is greater than he who is in the world. With this hope, Phillip... Continue...

Martin Luther King Jr. has been gone for 50 years now, but his legacy still lives on in those who shared his same passion and walked the hard road with him. Jason Cook moderated a panel of those involved on... Continue...

Jason Cook went to school and pastored in some of the most segregated areas in the South. And he’s currently on staff at a racially diverse church in Memphis, TN. So when he talks about race and ministry, we should... Continue...

John Piper has been a father in the faith to many through his online preaching ministry. He has stood faithfully for the authority and power of Scripture and has especially been a leading voice in matters pertains to racial unity.... Continue...

The shots that rang out 50 years ago in Memphis, Tenn., and killed Martin Luther King Jr. are unforgettable. They are also a marker in our nation’s evil past. But how has Memphis, specifically, been affected since that day? Cole Huffman,... Continue...