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We Need a Clearer Vision of Our Multi-Colored World

Brandon Culture

I’m 38. I grew up in the 1980’s and early 90’s. I remember President Ronald Regan addressing the nation, the launch of MTV, and using an antenna switch on my tube-style television so I could play my Atari. For some of you, I’m really old. But for many of you, I’m still quite young, relatively speaking, not having lived through …

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Sermon Video: We Stand For EQUALITY

Brandon Preaching

The Bible, from cover to cover, reflects the inherent dignity, value and worth of the entire human race, indicts us all equally for the guilt of our sin, and speaks of how all of us, any of us, can be redeemed and reconciled through Jesus Christ. Someday, when all the scores are settled over sin and all of God’s redeemed …

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We Still Don’t Get It… Human Life is Precious

Brandon Culture

Just after the Supreme Court’s ruling striking down Texas’ laws restricting abortions, I posted a simple status update about all human life being precious… “All human life is precious. ‘You alone created my inner being. You knitted me together inside my mother.’ Ps 139:13” It got lots of likes and amen’s. Since then… Alton Sterling was shot and killed. His death …

Selma

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and When Dreams Become Movements

Brandon Culture

Go see Selma. Angie and I caught it on Saturday night and were moved by its message. Be prepared for Lyndon Johnson’s profanity and some scenes that are shockingly violent. Both represent realities of the era. Here’s the trailer… Dr. King has been an inspiration to me for a number of years because of his intense passion for seeing a world …

Diversity Was God’s Idea to Begin With

Brandon Devotional

Diversity and equality have been hot topics in the last decade of American life. We’re in the midst of various shifts in our culture surrounding these concepts, especially in relation to ethnicity and gender, and some of these shifts are good. When my family lived in southern California, we were ethnically not in the majority in our neighborhood, and we …