Nicola A. Menzie is a religion reporter and founder of Faithfully Magazine, a print/digital quarterly magazine centering on Christians of color.
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.
Black Christian women revealed their own heartbreaking experiences on Twitter after observing that a popular hashtag about the negativity Christian women face was mostly centered on White women.
"We Belong," the debut album by Reach Records' Gawvi, is the kind of feel-good soundtrack we need to counter the divisive rhetoric of our times.
Riverside Church organized a “Beyond Vietnam 50th Anniversary” with “New Jim Crow” author Michelle Alexander and Civil Rights icon Ruby Sales to mark Martin Luther King, Jr’s controversial sermon on the “madness” of the Vietnam War.
"The Zookeeper's Wife" is, in some ways, "another Holocaust movie." It is a standard cinematic effort to depict an ugly part of history some of us would rather like to forget—but that is precisely why it is a film worth seeing.
Although Jesus lived nearly 2,000 years ago, he remains as relevant as ever, according to one pastor tapped to offer insight for CNN's "Finding Jesus" series.
On his new album, Christian hip-hop artist and recovery minister Dusty Marshall speaks about the challenges he and his wife faced with the birth of their special-needs daughter.
“The Dr. Oz Show” has teamed up with Hollywood producer and author DeVon Franklin, and a few of his friends, for special “Faithful Fridays” segments.