I would much rather mourn that which is true rather than rejoice in evil.
For the past two weeks I have been a ball of anxiety as I waited for Election Day. It has now come and gone, and I find myself feeling more anxious than ever, so I turned off all news coverage last night, and decided to turn to the place where many before me have gone in times of distress and anxiety: the Psalms. I especially love Psalm 126 because it brings to my mind the renewing work of God in places of suffering, places of waiting, places of trouble and distress—the very places where I find myself after this election.
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It has been a week since the 2016 Presidential election. I wish I could say that the dust has settled and I’m feeling optimistic, but that is so far from the case. I am not calm, and I am not settled. I’ve moved out of the silence of shock and into the mess of processing … Continue reading Dear White Christians: You’re Doing It Wrong
Why is it that sportscasters and journalists still use Washington’s team name on air and in print? It is, after all, a racial slur. Dan Snyder may not choose to do the right thing and change the name but broadcasters have a choice. They are not forced to use the name. ESPN’s Bomani Jones calls … Continue reading Until the Name is Changed – We Need to STOP Using Washington’s Racial Slur