"Multiethnic" churches are more easily labeled than lived. Ask yourself these six questions when becoming a member or joining the staff of a multiethnic church.
The Oprah Winfrey Network's "Queen Sugar," created and directed by Ava DuVernay, challenges stereotypes of the Black family and highlights its resilience amid challenges.
These women of the glass are secure yet fragile. We are strong, yet so weak. After time, and disappointments we become worn out and dusty yet somehow remain beautiful and timeless.
In this post, we highlight five women of different backgrounds and ethnicities who have proven successful in various genres by serving God with their talents.
Too often discussions about systemic racism get hijacked by well-meaning allies who feel the need to make sure they aren’t indicted for the crimes of others. This unintentional microaggression moves the focus of discussion away from Black…
The True Love Waits movement was popular for promoting abstinence, but it omitted some truths about sex and marriage from the Christian worldview.
A reimagined feminism and a truer definition of feminism recognizes that if our activism isn’t intersectional, our solidarity won’t be either.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo deconstructs "white privilege," using her own personal experiences to explain how many White Americans are disconnected from assumptions built around race.
The head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement unit in charge of deportations has told officers to take action against all undocumented immigrants, regardless of criminal histories.
The Department of Justice has imposed a $3 million fine on Hobby Lobby for illegal possession of thousands of ancient Iraqi artifacts.