equality

Make No Excuses For This

Make No Excuses For This 1920 1280 Aliyah Lauren Jacobs

I was still rubbing my thick, heavy, sleep weary eyes when I got the message on my phone. It was from my brother who, by his own admission, is not…

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Jesus, Social Injustice, & Me: Being A Voice For The Least Of These

Jesus, Social Injustice, & Me: Being A Voice For The Least Of These 1920 1280 Sierra White

What makes you excited?hat burns in your soul? What has God placed in your heart to do or say? I have been doing a lot of soul-searching these last few…

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An Atheist & A Christian Walk Into A Bar

An Atheist & A Christian Walk Into A Bar 1920 1221 Kaitlin Curtice

Actually, it was a social work classroom. She had a shaved head and I had some sort of pixie cut, and we slowly began sitting together, working together, answering questions…

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5 Things The Church Must Become Before It’s Too Late

5 Things The Church Must Become Before It’s Too Late 1920 1353 Chris Kratzer

As a pastor, I believe in church and love her deeply, especially when the centerpiece of all she is and does is the Gospel of God’s pure Grace and the…

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Is This A Biblical Worldview?

Is This A Biblical Worldview? 1920 1133 Lyndsey Medford

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood issued a statement on sexuality condemning all LGBTQ+ identities and Christian affirmation of LGBTQ+ people as made in the image of God. There…

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The other in the eyes of another

The other in the eyes of another 1919 1279 Aliyah Lauren Jacobs

When you see me – you don’t see me. You see me through the bias that causes you to blind-see. The prejudice you know you hold about me, the prejudice…

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When I Kept Silent

When I Kept Silent 1920 1280 Laura Jean Truman

I used to work as a chaplain at an elderly residential facility and rehab hospital in Atlanta. I was there on December 28th 2015, the day that the police officer…

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Postcards From The Wilderness: Leaving Evangelicalism To Find The Gospel

Postcards From The Wilderness: Leaving Evangelicalism To Find The Gospel 1920 1279 Laura Jean Truman

Sometimes you leave before you know you’ve gone. Sometimes you’re still there, and you think you’ve left. I’ve spent a lot of time this summer processing “being evangelical,” and being…

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The Good News About My Racism

The Good News About My Racism 1920 1281 Lyndsey Medford

It first occurred to me that I might be a racist when Mary Elizabeth Moore mentioned offhand that she is one. Dr. Moore is the Dumbledore of Boston University School…

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What Has Become Of Our Light?

What Has Become Of Our Light? 1920 1080 Stephanie Thompson

Last night, as I watched my youngest graduate from Junior High School, my heart was torn. While I felt joy in the celebration of these kids (many of whom I…

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You Made Us Look Foolish

You Made Us Look Foolish 1920 1276 Laura Jean Truman

They used to tell me to “guard my heart” when I was growing up. Protect it. Don’t give it to anyone who will hurt it, or not treat it carefully…

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The Privilege Of Sharing From My Privilege

The Privilege Of Sharing From My Privilege 1920 1280 Stephanie Thompson

His voice caught my ear as I made my way to the door. Our random stop to McDonalds on our annual Christmas trip to downtown Chicago suddenly took a different…

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