A source of constant sorrow for me is that people reject Christianity with a faulty understanding of what the religion really teaches. To help clear up the confusion I’m starting a new series called: "This is Christianity.” This series explores basic teachings of the Christian faith. The goal is to serve those who have been … Continue reading This Is Christianity: Why Are You Here?
Faith isn't just another habit of highly successful people, God is the very purpose of our existence.
For some people Southern Presbyterianism and racial reconciliation is oxymoronic. But the elusive reality of diversity and unity in the church just took a significant step forward. I recently participated on a panel about the topic "Christianity and Race" at the historic First Presbyterian Church of Jackson, Mississippi. The church has over 2,500 members, is the largest … Continue reading A New Southern Presbyterianism?
Lest our short memories forget the significance of this day, Father, I offer up a prayer in remembrance of September 11, 2001. O Man of Sorrows (Is. 53:3), you who are perfectly satisfied within yourself yet entered into our human experience and underwent trials of which we cannot fathom. Comfort those who mourn on this … Continue reading 9/11: In Memoriam
Originally posted on the Reformed African American Network (RAAN)For the third year in a row Reformed Black college and seminary students will gather for the African American Leadership Development and Recruitment Weekend (LDR '13). The theme for this year's conference is "Call & Response: Hearing and Heeding God's Will for Your Life". You'll hear from … Continue reading A Gathering of Reformed Black College & Seminary Students