Tagged: racism

When All You Can Do Is Laugh

By Drew Jackson After these things the word of the LORD came to Abram in a vision, “Do not be afraid, Abram, I am your shield; your reward shall be very great.” But Abram...

Weep with Me

by Zakiya Jackson Who will weep with me I can feel the ancestors hoping praying dripping with blood fervor anticipation Who will weep with me as the recoil of mixed up emotions identities spoken...

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...

This Is My Country

by Kathy Khang The older man walks up to the closed register next to me and looks at the wretched KFC/Pizza Hut menu at the travel oasis/rest stop near Elkhart, IN. He asks about...

Evangelical—When a Good Word Goes Bad

by Carolyn Custis James Anyone who has a finger on the pulse of American evangelicalism has to be wondering if the patient will survive. During the current presidential election cycle, American evangelicalism has suffered...

Black Lives Matter, But . . .

by Cyneatha Millsaps I was driving down the street when I noticed a church sign that said, “Black lives matter, but God . . .” and I could not catch the rest of the...