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The Forty-Day Journey of Promise Day Seventeen: From Hellcat to Heaven Saint! Note: Welcome to The Journey, our forty-day blog series from MLK Day through the end of Black History Month. We’re learning life lessons from the legacy of African American Christianity. The series is based upon material from my book Beyond the Suffering. To
The President, the Professor, and the Police Officer:Oh for a Spiritual Conversation! By the time you read this, President Obama’s meeting with Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Sgt. James Crowley will be filling the airwaves, the blogosphere, and print media. Those who follow my writings know the importance that I place on intercultural relationships.
Cultivating Christlike Intercultural Relational Competency: A Christ-Centered TEAM Approach In light of the ongoing controversy over the arrest of African American Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., many of you have asked to hear more about my views on intercultural (multicultural) ministry. Goals of a Christ-Centered TEAM Approach The primary goal of Cultivating Christlike Intercultural Relational
Seeing Race Relations through Christ-Colored Glasses The incident involving the arrest of African American Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., seems like an all-too-familiar case of “he said/she said” complicated by the still contentious issues of race in American society. And the responses seem equally predictable: people choosing sides left and right (see http://tinyurl.com/nejvyy for a
Reconciliation Triangle* On 9th December 1999, as its final act of the Millennium, Liverpool City Council unanimously passed a motion apologizing for the city’s role in the Slave Trade, linked to a commitment to policies that would end racism and work to create a community where all are equally valued. International ConferenceIn December 1999, at