Some of Us Never Made It Home For Dinner

This week’s post comes from Taylor Campbell, a Christian writer and activist living in Brooklyn, New York. Taylor is a friend and respected brother in Christ. I asked him to write a post to the white evangelical community regarding their engagement (or lack thereof) with the issues facing people of color today. “I know people 

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Freddie Gray and False Choices

The death of Freddie Gray and its aftermath is the latest in a disturbing series of tragedies (…Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner, Walter Scott…) that reveal real issues of police brutality, reactive rioting, and a frequently unproductive public discourse about both. The importance of being “quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry” 

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We Need to Talk About Injustice

Dream of Destiny encourages the intentional fostering of ethnic diversity by our Christian leaders both in our churches and/or other organizations as well as in our personal lives.  For leaders to truly be successful in this regard – going beyond surface acquaintances and into real, deep relationship – we must be willing to have hard 

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