3 Failures That Charlottesville Revealed about the Church’s Approach to Justice

Now that we have some space between us and the events of Charlottesville, I want to share some thoughts about how we, as the Church in America, got here. Where exactly am I talking about? I am talking about our position on the outside of the conversation of Justice looking in. I am talking about how we find ourselves reacting to the events in Charlottesville, and events like Charlottesville after the fact.
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Will Anything Actually Change?

I’ll be honest, I’ve struggled with whether to post anything about the recent events in Charlottesville surrounding race. Partly because so many have already posted wonderful responses. Partly because I wanted to do more than just react. But mostly because I have been wondering to myself: “Will anything actually change?”   Some of my skepticism comes from my awareness that the sinfulness of humanity is … Continue reading Will Anything Actually Change?

An Open Letter to the Church in America Regarding Charlottesville

To the Saints of God found in the United States of America,

I greet you as one also called out of the darkness of sin and into the glorious light of our God and King Jesus Christ. May the grace of our Heavenly Father fill you to overflowing and the comfort of the Spirit build between us the bonds of peace. Continue reading “An Open Letter to the Church in America Regarding Charlottesville”