Noah interviews Michelle Sanchez on what color courageous discipleship looks like. Michelle does a great job of tactfully leading listeners (and readers of her books) into the truths of antiracism, but in a way that is approachable. Her focus is on the overall discipleship of every Christian and how important that being color courageous is a part of that.
Noah shares Part 3 of 3 of his story, talking about his journey into racial justice.
Who are you in this letter? The white clergy opposing Dr. King? The white moderate? The white church sitting idly behind the anesthetizing security of stained-glass windows? The black indifference? The black violent nationalist? The small group of white clergy standing by Dr. King, being ridiculed by white culture because of it? Who do you […]
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The Lansing Clergy Forum is issuing a call to action in Lansing about lethal force, racial injustice and the justice system. The Forum has called for a Town Hall Meeting Tuesday December 9th at 6:00pm at Union Missionary Baptist Church (500 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Lansing, MI 48915). I will be attending and […]