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4 Dangers of Leaders Who Like Being Liked

Typically genuine and kind and reasonable people like being liked. They don’t wake up in the morning wondering if they can cause a new person to hate them today. But needing to be liked is different. When someone needs approval from others, the person is willing to sacrifice conviction and

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A Challenge for the Church: When Will We Step Up on Lessening America’s Racial Divide?

As the Golden State Warriors prepare to host the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the NBA championship playoffs, police are investigating a "racially motivated slur" directed at LeBron James. (more…)

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How a Black Minister Helped a KKK Leader Leave the Klan and Turn To Christ, Eventually Becoming the First Caucasian Elder In the Church of God In Christ

Many Christians have heard the life-changing testimony of former Ku Klux Klan Imperial Wizard Johnny Lee Clary. (more…)

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The Lives of Some of the Christian Church’s Greatest Heroes Often Undermined the Gospel They So Eloquently Preached – And That Offers Us Strange Encouragement

In the last year, the greatest challenge to my faith has been reading about the church’s history (mainly from Diarmaid MacCulloch’s A History of Christianity). In many ways, the story of Christianity is full of light—mission, education, art, healthcare, abolition, compassion, justice—and I have read, taught, and loved that story

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Senators Tim Scott and James Lankford Launch “Solution Sundays” Initiative Encouraging Americans to Bridge Racial, Social Divides by Having Sunday Dinner With Families of Other Races

Can the racial divide be bridged with a meal? That's the very simple idea behind an initiative started by Sens. Tim Scott of South Carolina and James Lankford of Oklahoma: "Solution Sundays." (more…)

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Clark Atlanta University Student/Athlete Honors Aunt Who Was Killed In Charleston Church Massacre In Special Way

June 17 will mark two years since a domestic terrorist motivated by racism and hate walked into a black church in Charleston, S.C. and shot to death nine worshippers during Bible study. We told you at the time one of the victims was beloved Clark Atlanta University alumna, Cynthia Graham

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Thousands of Mexicans March Against Trump

Protesters took to the streets in 18 cities across Mexico on Sunday, demonstrating against the policies and comments of U.S. President Donald Trump. A protest in Mexico City drew more than 20,000 people near the U.S. Embassy, with the crowd showing a sea of flags showing Mexican pride and signs

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Book Review: “The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation” from the Gospel for Life Series

The world seems to be very good at diagnosing problems, but often give solutions that do not work. What is the solution to problems that face our culture? I found myself thinking through this as I read through blogs and other news articles regarding racism. (more…)

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Religious Organizations and Leaders React To Trump’s Expected Executive Orders on Refugee Ban/Border Wall

Religious organizations, leaders and individuals have been quick to react to President Trump’s expected executive orders on building a wall along the Southern border, on negating sanctuary cities and on banning refugees from Syria and other Muslim countries. (more…)

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New York Pastor James Duncan Says Kim Burrell’s Views on Homosexuality Come From Place of Love

When gospel music singer and Pastor Kim Burrell came under fire for preaching a sermon about the "perverted homosexual spirit," many people blamed the Black church for fostering beliefs deemed hateful by many celebrities and LGBT advocates. (more…)

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New Facebook Journalism Project Aims to Strengthen Ties With Media

Facebook has a message for the media: Let's be friends. (more…)

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Is the Left Color Blind to Black on White Crime?

Why is it that when whites engage in violent acts against blacks, many on the left assume that those criminal acts must be hate-based, but when the tables are turned and the violence is black on white, many on the left no longer see color, looking for any explanation other

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Jury Sentences Emanuel AME Church Shooter Dylann Roof to Death for Killing 9 Parishioners

BREAKING: JURY CONDEMNS DYLANN ROOF TO DEATH FOR 2015 SOUTH CAROLINA CHURCH MASSACRE EARLIER: CHARLESTON, S.C. - The jury that convicted Dylann Roof of the 2015 massacre of nine black men and women at a South Carolina church has reached a decision on whether to sentence the 22-year-old white supremacist to death, court

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