Too often, the people in our churches have been discipled more by political perspectives and platforms than by Scripture concerning justice in public life.
We asked five African American pastors how their churches address racial injustice, how they’re responding to the current unrest, and how they’re thinking about the future.
Let’s show the world what it looks like when the beautiful mosaic of God’s gospel people comes together in desperation before their King. Join us tomorrow night!
Martin Luther King Jr.’s case for desegregation was theological. Our public discourse is impoverished if we remove theology.
Collin Hansen talks with Jerry Mitchell about the Christian pretensions of the Ku Klux Klan, and whether the gospel can finally bring healing to this beautiful and broken land.