Act on Behalf of the Oppressed

It’s our responsibility to speak up when we see a problem. Find your boldness. Pray for people. Vote. Reach out. Give. Donate. Help. Serve. Take care of people. Meet needs. Just find ways to do what needs to be done to communicate that Jesus is good news for the broken.

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Speaking Up for the Oppressed

Our generation needs to completely eradicate racism. And one of the ways we do that is developing a language of equality and equity. To speak boldly on behalf of the oppressed. To speak the good news that is for the vulnerable. To speak and to boldly show up.

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Seeing Prejudice in Your Own Heart

Spend some time searching your heart and say, “God, is there prejudice left in me?” And if so, purge it by fire. The fact is, Jesus Christ died for all, equally. He gives his life for everyone on the cross, and so I need to live my life valuing that kind of equality.

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Who Is My Neighbor?

James, in his epistle, tells us that if we fail to love our neighbor, that’s on the same level as committing murder or adultery. If I size someone up as not being my neighbor because of the color of their skin, or where they are socially or economically, I have blown it. I’ve missed the point.

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We All Bear the Image of God

No matter what you’re like, no matter where you’re from, no matter how much money you have or how little you have, no matter the shade or tone of your skin, no matter your background, history, heritage, or culture… no matter what, you are infinitely valuable.

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Yes, Jesus IS the Answer

Yes, Jesus IS the Answer

It’s because of my relationship with Jesus Christ that I can look at any person in the world – black, white, brown, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, gay, straight, left, right, conservative, liberal – and see in them the very imprint of the image of God himself, their Creator.

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Real Religion is Faith That Works

Real Religion is Faith That Works

If your religion serves you, then it’s probably empty. But if your religion serves God by serving the people God loves, then it’s a means of demonstrating the overflow of your relationship with Christ.

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Seeing Yourself the Way God Sees You

Seeing Yourself the Way God Sees You

The Bible is somewhat like a mirror. It shows us a picture of ourselves with the promise that someday, we will miraculously achieve flawless perfection in our character. We will look like Jesus. But right now, the Bible also helps us to see the flaws that need to be removed before we get to the point of perfection for eternity.

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