The fight for racial justice in America can't succeed without a God-centered vision.
Joshua Ryan Butler
Due to cities like Ferguson and Baltimore, activist movements like #BlackLivesMatter and #ICantBreathe, and tragedies like last year's massacre of nine black Christians by a white supremacist in a South Carolina church, conversations about race are once again in the national spotlight. As a pastor whose church has moved to broaden its ethnic diversity, and as a Hispanic man whose heart breaks over systemic injustice, I'm pleased to see so much attention devoted to healing some of our country's deepest wounds. Thus, I was excited to learn that Jim Wallis, the founding editor of Sojourners magazine, has weighed in... continue reading >>