People who do diversity work run the risk of setting impossible goals for themselves: The Beloved Community. The Kingdom of God.
In Crossing the Lines: A Novel, author Richard Doster enabled m
I want to follow up on yesterday's post which I believe has broken the record for the longest title in history: http://blog.sojo.net/2009/11/04/three-general-thoughts-on-deadly-vipers-...
Wednesday afternoon I was part of a conversation with the authors of Deadly Viper (and Chris Huertz) and a number of Asian-American leaders.
Three General Thoughts on Deadly Vipers, Mike Foster, Jud Wilhite, Soong-Chan Rah, Chuck Norris, Joyluck Club, Angry Asian Man, Wanna-Be Ninjas and Everyone Else
I don't know if I have the energy or bandwidth to write this but it's important so here goes
One of the toughest parts of being the author of a book about racial reconciliation is that when the latest racial incident flares up, everyone expects you to chime in with your two cents.
I had starting writing this post last night, before receiving G
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke often of something he called the beloved community. This was the title given to describe a reality in which freedom, love, justice, and reconciliation would reign.
I was recently talking with a European-American friend of mine who is also an evangelical. I am African-American and evangelical.
I'm reluctant to comment regarding film-maker Roman Polanski's arrest and the attempt to extradite him to the U.S.