Elizabeth Oates is the author of If You Could See as Jesus Sees: Inspiration for a Life of Hope, Joy, and Purpose.
Sandra Maria Van Opstal describes herself as “a liturgist and activist who is passionate about mobilizing Christians for reconciliation and justice.”
Why do some Christians from the South feel so strongly about the Confederate flag? Was the Civil War about states’ rights or ultimately about slavery?
New York City is home to thousands of churches.This list highlights the 5 largest Protestant churches located in the boroughs of New York City
Martin Luther King, Jr. once said that no law could desegregate churches. Integration was something churches would have to work out on their own.
Aspiring Mogul, who made a rap ad for Ben Carson's campaign, says he would never deny the Republican Party has a race problem.
Justin Giboney, an attorney and political strategist in Atlanta, Georgia, recently helped recording artist and writer Sho Baraka launch “The AND Campaign".
Khristi Adams, an ordained minister joins Faithfully Podcast to talk Black Lives Matter and a play at Georgetown University.
Faithfully Magazine has launched a new podcast called Faithfully Podcast, featuring conversations about race, culture and Christianity.
DeVon Franklin and Megan Good have been on a publicity tour for their book. A woman at one stop raised a question Good has had to address many times.