8 Books To Add To Your Faith and Action TBR

Fact, if you read while cooking you’ll be able to read a few more paragraphs vs. cooking only. But you also might burn your food. I will not say anything more about this. There is a lot to learn about anti-racism, and the great thing about learning is that it gives you an excuse to …

5 Ways to Engage in Anti-Racism Even When COVID Has Shrunk Your Bubble

A primary way we fight racism is through relationship. But what do we do when our whole world has been redesigned to reduce, or eliminate, contact between people? Even though COVID has made relationship building and maintaining a lot more difficult, there are still ways we can engage well in anti-racism. Read on for 5 of them!

A New Segregation?

The more I dive into the anti-racist life the more I am convinced that action doesn’t always have to be a coordinated, official effort with a brand and logo. It can simply be individuals engaged with Jesus’ heart: ready to be his hands and feet in ordinary places in ordinary ways. So, let’s not forget the poor in our school communities this year. Especially at a time when the unseen become more unseen as we enter a more, or all, digital schooling world.

Foundational Resources Part 1-“Where Do We Go From Here?” With Mike Kelsey

If you’re saying, “Ok. I understand that Black lives matter. I see that there is a history of racial oppression in the USA. I accept that the protesters have an important message. But, where do I go from here?” You need Mike Kelsey’s voice in your life! Mike has been foundational in my early, anti-racism …

Viral For All The Right Reasons

“We need to talk about race. Why are people angry? Why so upset? Didn’t we elect a black president? Pass civil rights laws? Isn’t racism illegal now?” These are the words that begin Phil Vischer’s (now viral) video, “Race in America. It’s candid and mind-blowing. But mind-blowing doesn’t always mean viral. What made this one …

My Anti-Racist Awakening

A few months ago, I wasn’t listening. I was among the many responding to news of racial violence with arguments like: don’t all lives matter? I’m not racist. I’m colorblind! I’m not part of the problem. I live in a conservative, white community so I can’t do anything. But then the Lord rent my heart. …