A powerful and timely essay reflecting back on the day that Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
How do we talk about racial reconciliation in a way that invites further conversation? Mark Vroegop's "Weep with Me" suggests that the biblical language of lament can be a helpful way to engage in these conversations. Here is my review of this book.
On the eve of the anniversary of the Charleston church shooting, I share a few of my personal memories of that day and the events that followed.
As I continue to read, listen, and learn about the Black Lives Matter movement, I feel led to share just a few personal thoughts about it.