Tag Archive | Racism
The Color of the Church: God’s answer to CRT, Racism, DEI, & Woke Ideology
The Color of the Church: God’s answer to CRT, Racism, Woke Ideology. The People of God come in all colors but make up one family. Watch the joy as we worship together!
One New Man in the Place of Two: Reconciliation in an Age of Racial Hostility
Jesus said that in the latter days, “nation (ethnic group) will rise up against nation (ethnic group)…” And if we look around the world, even in our own country, we see a rising tide of racial strife. But God has an answer for this problem
Is Abortion Truly a Liberal Cause?
Is Abortion truly a liberal cause? Uncovering the racist roots of abortion.
The Real Jim Crow – 2021
One Picture Tells it all Who is advancing the cause of racial discrimination? The US Government. For a true Ideal of National Unity, see: E Pluribus Unum To understand the motives and agenda behind this attempt to divide us into warring camps, see Apocalypse Now!
Love Can Be Confrontational
Reconciliation sometimes requires confrontation. It can be an act of love to confront someone with their behavior, rather than ignore it, excuse it, or become indifferent to them. Confrontation can be an act of love.
Every Life Matters
Every Life Matters. Everly life matters because each person is made in the image of God. To hate others because of race is to hate God who made them.
A Prayer of Repentance to End Abortion in our Land
Abortion has racist and anti-semitic roots. A prayer to bring repentance to white Anglo Saxons
What Donald Trump Should Have Said After Charlottesville
What Donald Trump Should Have Said After Charlottesville. In 1977, the ACLU defended the right of the Ku Klux Klan to march through Skokie, Illinois, through a neighborhood where many survivors of the Holocaust lived, and even defended the KKK’s right to wear Swastikas! The motive of the KKK was not love, but hate. Yet […]
Obama, Racism, and The Presidency
For they sow the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind. – Hosea 8:7 Let me first say that I have been a pastor in an all Black congregation (we didn’t call ourselves African-American back then… we called ourselves “Black” and were not ashamed of it!). Although I did not vote for him, I had […]