Tag Archives: power

Dick Gregory: A Smile in the Struggle

On August 19, 2017, the world lost a civil rights activist, social critic, and comedian. Dick Gregory was a stand-up comedian who insulted all forms of racism during the 1960s. In the midst of heightened racial tension, protest, and the struggle for civil rights, Gregory provided entertainment, relief, and a smile for African…

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What Does It Mean to Have a King?

Our worship is loaded with royal language. We sing of thrones and majesty. We pray to the Lord. We speak of sovereignty. We bow our heads in reverence. But what does it mean to have a king? For most Americans, having a king means following the Windsor family of the U.K. as if they…

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Why White Christians Should Know Black History

The past few months, I have had several conversations with White Christians surrounding Black History. In these conversations, I have shared how Africa is one of the wealthiest continents in the world due to its high volume of minerals, diamonds, gold and other natural resources. I have shared some current studies of how…

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Shocking Judgment

In my short bio below it mentions that I spend most of my off time restoring portions of our house, which is more than 50 years old. This is both a hobby and a necessity. The challenge of updating a mid-20th century structure to be practical in the first quarter of the 21st century is…

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The Best Offense: Defending Orphans for the Sake of the Kingdom

Recently, I heard an interview with the director of a new movie called American Honey. The movie is about those kids who knock on your door and try to get you to buy magazines. These “mag crews,” as they are called, are mostly made up of kids who’ve been orphaned or who’ve run away.…

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Electing to Follow Jesus: The Gospel of Peter vs. the Gospel of Jesus

Disillusioned and losing sleep over the election? Randy Harris has some thoughts that may help you sleep, but also wake up. This post is part 2 in a series that will help us stay sane leading up to and following the election. Stay tuned for more posts each week, and find the rest of…

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