Pray with your feet: A series on Advocacy and Evangelizing. (Part two)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8Lq_yasEgo (Video contains images that may not be suitable for younger viewers.) Aside from a trip to Africa, the first time I was truly conscious of the fact that I was a minority in a situation was sadly just over a year ago. I drove to a part of Austin, TX that I had never been before … Continue reading Pray with your feet: A series on Advocacy and Evangelizing. (Part two)

Pray with your feet: A series on Advocacy and Evangelizing. (Part One)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsziXdKfOsE For so much of my life I was taught the importance of evangelizing. I would be given opportunities at retreats to practice telling people the story of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. This was the gospel after all. Christ tells us to go everywhere and share this gospel with everyone (all of … Continue reading Pray with your feet: A series on Advocacy and Evangelizing. (Part One)

They attacked my sanctuary and my ability to love. (A post on Charlottesville.)

  The summer of my sophomore year in college I was in South Florida with some of my closest friends seeing the Dave Matthews Band. We were all high on the power of two amazing nights of performances by what any of us would have said was the greatest band on the planet. It was … Continue reading They attacked my sanctuary and my ability to love. (A post on Charlottesville.)

I’m a Progressive Christian, and I’ve taken one of those racist Baptist Seminary photos.

The other day I watched Twitter have a passionate discussion about a photograph the senior faculty members of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary shared online. What was meant to be to be a silly photo of a bunch of old white men acting like "rappers" quickly became a dialogue about race. Social media users began to … Continue reading I’m a Progressive Christian, and I’ve taken one of those racist Baptist Seminary photos.