8 Concrete Actions People of Faith Can Take to Address Racial Injustice

For a long time, I didn’t think that issues of race had anything to do with me. Instead, loving God and loving others meant believing in a colorblind rhetoric; if I couldn’t see a person’s skin color, I couldn’t therefore judge a person’s skin color, then I could somehow magically see straight to inside of their heart. If you want to engage in the conversation, here are eight concrete actions people of faith can take to address racial injustice. 

Godly Ambition vs. Earthy Ambition

The late John Stott was the longtime Rector of All Souls Church, Langham Place in London and the author of over 50 books translated into 65 languages.

What Does the Bible Say about Leadership?

Leading entails influencing people to think, say and behave in ways that take them from one place to another. Leading can be formal (you hold a position of authority in a group) or informal (you influence people but don’t hold a position of authority).


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