|Preaching Against Racism Is Not a Distraction from the Gospel|
The pulpit gives a record of our witness.
On November 4, 2008, some seven months after I became a father, I saw something unfold on television that I never expected to witness in my lifetime. The United States of America had elected an African American president. My son was asleep by the time the final results came in. Nonetheless, I lifted him from his crib, carried him to the television, and whispered into his still forming imagination: We have a black president; all things are possible. I wanted to make a record. I wanted my son to witness ...
Sunday, August 11, 2019
Preaching Against Racism