Category Archives: Racism

How John’s Vision informs Race Relations

Our heavenly Father gave the Apostle John a vision of heaven as a mult-ethnic gathering–people from everywhere, before the Father and before the Lamb. “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could … Continue reading

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Pentecost Sunday and Race Relations

As our nation reels and reflects on racial issues in light of Mr. George Floyd’s death, I believe Pentecost Sunday–the Sunday 50 days after Easter when Christians celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1ff)–proves quite instructive: 1. On … Continue reading

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What is the Point of a Martin Luther King JR Holiday?

If not to challenge all of us to recognize and celebrate the brotherhood of all humanity, despite one’s ethnicity, nationality, race, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, politic bent–and in the process, we create safer space for all. It’s time for us … Continue reading

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Sharing a Meal Together

A Caucasian couple was looking for a place to sit during breakfast. Where my family and I were sitting had a few open chairs.  We invited the couple to sit.  The husband and wife gladly did. Albeit this was at … Continue reading

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