Nicola A. Menzie is a religion reporter and founder of Faithfully Magazine, a print/digital quarterly magazine centering on Christians of color.
Five White professors who dressed as rappers for a campus photo shoot months ago are not racist and faced no disciplinary action, according to the president of the Texas seminary where they teach.
This is the Letter From the Editor published in Faithfully Magazine No. 2, written by founder and editor Nicola A. Menzie. It also includes a short message from Katelyn Beatty, guest editor for the cover story "Whiteness Is Crippling the…
Brian D. Thomas decided years ago to follow Christ when he was arrested and held in jail on a trafficking charge. Now, he faces an uncertain future as he prepares for the possibility of returning to prison.
In an usual move at its annual gathering in Phoenix Tuesday night, the Southern Baptist Convention voted to allow a resolutions committee to reconsider a proposal condemning the racist alt-right movement that it had earlier rejected.
The Southern Baptist Convention rejected a resolution condemning the alt-right movement and white supremacy at its annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
At 33, Walter R. Strickland II has become one of the Southern Baptist Convention’s youngest nominees for first vice president. He talks with Faithfully Magazine about the significance of his nomination, a new book project and more.
William Dwight McKissic, Sr. has proposed a timely resolution for the Southern Baptist Convention to consider during its annual meeting being held in June.
If God couldn't care less about our merits when it comes to extending His grace, why are we citing a GPA to explain why Jordan Edwards should be alive?
A White dean of a Texas seminary affiliated with a Christian denomination once known for its staunch defense of slavery posted a controversial photo of himself and other White professors apparently dressed as gangsters online.
A study by two university professors, one White and one Black, found that White Evangelical churches are not as race-forward as some would like to believe.