Written by Mike Higgins and Michelle Higgins As I think about the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I feel tired and challenged. Tired of being the subject matter and expert on all things Black. And at the same time challenged to keep assisting those who say they really […]Read more "Martin and the Message of Life"
We trust in the God who not only embraced the flames of transformation but is Himself the fires of change.Read more "Have You Not Heard?"
Unfortunately for our oppressors, we are a people who overcome.Read more "Protest & the People of God"
We have been dishonest about the past, so we’ve become fearful of the truth, too fragile to respond to the present reality. This week many people in the United States reflected on independence, realized or withheld. But for people of color, a piece of the story is missing. Independence Day is not an inappropriate time […]Read more "The Cure for Independence Day"
We must stand in the way of racial terror, demanding that weaponized fear disarm itself.Read more "Weaponized Whiteness and the Ethic of Disarmament"
If evangelicals can proclaim that LGBTQ+ people are sacred image-bearers, we must also confess our participation in the long history of hatred against them.Read more "When Silence is Violence"
Those who claim that we fight one battle more than the other have never stood with us in either struggle.Read more "All Black Lives Matter – all the time"