Showing posts with label response. Show all posts
Showing posts with label response. Show all posts

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Anabaptist Invasion - Bruxy Cavey

With the election of 2020 and where we will go from here still in doubt, here is one possible alternative to the current dilemma facing Christians and their response to the outcome, whatever it will be. . .  

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Slow to Anger

What does it mean to say that God is slow to anger? In the Bible, God’s anger is a just response to human evil, which is motivated by God’s justice and love. In this video, we’ll explore God’s anger and justice in the biblical story and see how it all leads to Jesus.

Thursday, June 4, 2020

A Christian Response to Racism in Society

The latest incidence of racially motivated brutality in the States is both deplorable and heartbreaking. Beyond the pain of murder that will be felt by the relatives and friends of the victim, the pain resonates outwards and further deepens the divides between people groups. These groups are divided not only by race but by ideologies – the chasm between political left and right has widened even further.

The purpose of this article is not to pick a political side. My purpose is to ask – how should Christians respond? Not only to this particular incident but what about racism in their society generally? Some Christian posts have encouraged us as Christians to “get angry” about the racial divisions we see today. They want Christians to go out and “do something” about the state of race relations today. The problem is, what exactly is the “something”?

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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Botham Jean and Amber Guyger: A Christian Response to Injustice

Botham Jean was murdered by a white female police officer named Amber Guyger. Recently, Amber Guyger was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the murder of Botham Jean. As a result of the sentence, emotions ran high and opinions were shared both online and offline. In this video, I want to share what I believe is a Christian response to injustice. My overall premise here is that our Christian character must always be what people see, not our color, our anger or our political views. We are Christians first and everything else second.