A panel of women discuss barriers to ethnic diversity within the church and explore how the gospel can help us move forward.
Because of our depravity, we’ll always find reasons not to trust the outgroup. As Christians, we must do better.
Change the lens from sexuality to anthropology, and it becomes much harder to make the case that pre-1994 the culture was inclined toward a ‘positive’ view of true Christianity.
Let’s approach the race conversation with collaboration rather than colorblindness, accountability rather than antiracism.
We chastise the world for looking at everything through the lens of suspicion, and then we turn around and do the same in our churches and call it faithfulness.