Tagged: race

Portrait of A Both Girl

By Katelyn Durst I am not black. I am not white. I am somewhere between the ink and the page, the word that is blurred      out. I am not what you assume...

Christianity and Xenophobia

By Stephen Mattson Today’s political climate is filled with hate, racism, and bigotry towards various cultural, ethnic, and social minority groups. Christians should be alarmed at such rhetoric and take seriously the notion that...

Learn by Making Mistakes

by Kathy Khang How did you learn to tie your shoes? To drive? To style your hair? To write your name in cursive? To read? To swim? To ride a bike? Unless you are...

Put This Jesus in Your Church?

Forensic Jesus on Vimeo. by Paul Alexander As you know, Jesus was not European or white. Jesus was Middle Eastern and Jewish, of African and Canaanite descent. Back in 2002 a forensic artist used...

Stop Using the Word “Community” Unless You Mean It

by Karina Kreminski I’m tired. I’m tired of people, especially leaders of Christian organizations and churches, using the word community without really meaning it. I’m tired of seeing the word unthinkingly slotted into vision...