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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.
The cover story for Faithfully Magazine No. 2 is titled "WHITENESS IS CRIPPLING THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH"—written by founder Nicola A. Menzie and edited by Katelyn Beaty.
Faithfully Magazine seeks freelance writers who are passionate about trends across gospel, CCM, hip-hop and other Christian-related genres and can write for the website and quarterly magazine.
Faithfully Magazine is a new kind of Christian magazine that amplifies conversations, issues and events impacting communities of color.
We have just launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the very first print issue of Faithfully Magazine.
Bruce Reyes-Chow joined the Faithfully Podcast crew recently to share his thoughts on issues Asian Americans face when it comes to race and culture.