If I Could Have Addressed the NACC

In the aftermath of more police violence against black men, and senseless violence returned against the police, the annual gathering for my corner of God’s vineyard is taking place in Anaheim this week. Called the North American Christian Convention, it’s one of the key weeks each year for our loose knit non-denominational tribe. Men and women I 

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Am I Mad?

In light of the recent tragedies in Baton Rouge, LA and Falcon Heights, MN involving the fatal police shootings of two black men, Rob Daniels, executive pastor of Westbrook Christian Church, expressed his thoughts in today’s post. **NOTE: This was written hours before further senseless tragedy unfolded in Dallas. It will be hard for many people to 

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Finn is Not “Our” Hero – A Reaction to the New Star Wars Movie, Part 2

Below you will find part two of a post from Shana Oshiro in which she shares her reactions to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. As an African-American woman and also Metinnecock (indigenous people from Long Island area), Shana notices some things many of us might miss. When I (Travis) saw a conversation she was having 

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