AJB on Racial Healing
The presidential election does not change the church’s assignment. David Bailey, the executive director of Arrabon, talks with Amy Julia about the practices of reconciling
As individual human beings, the scope of the brokenness in our society is impossible to comprehend, much less to address. It is easy to get
Six years ago, I decided to run a series of essays on my blog at Christianity Today about racial reconciliation and healing within the church.
As everyone paying any attention to the news knows, social unrest and protests have broken out across our nation. A black man named George Floyd
How can white people respond to racial tensions and violence in a meaningful way? How can white people contribute to a collective work of racial
Race, class, identity, privilege. These are topics and concepts that divide us, but what if we could start talking about them? Through conversation and stories that follow the themes of my book, White Picket Fences: Turning toward Love in a World Divided by Privilege, we are going to explore these hard topics in order to move together towards healing.