Johnson University’s kickoff to Black History month provided black and white perspectives on Unity and Reconciliation in the body of Christ from Efrem Smith, CEO & President at World Impact, and Dr. Gary David Stratton, Dean of Johnson’s School of Arts and Sciences
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Unity and Reconciliation in Bizarro World: Johnson University Black History Month Celebration with Efrem Smith and Gary David Stratton
February 8, 2016
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June 28, 2015
Comments Off on Why White Terrorists Attack Black Churches, by Matthew J. Cressler, PhD
The lines that divide the religious from the political have always been more porous than Thomas Jefferson’s imagined “wall of separation” between church and state. Black churches exist as simultaneously religious and political institutions, and that has made them targets.
November 25, 2014
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“True leadership is measured by what happens after you die.” -Myles Munroe
November 17, 2014
Comments Off on Becoming Matthew McConaughey: INTERSTELLAR Reflections on Fatherhood, by Aaron Niequist
While he was off trying to save the world, Cooper’s kids had to grow up without a father. It didn’t matter that he loved them…because he wasn’t there to show them. Will we make the same choice for a less noble reason?
November 10, 2014
Comments Off on Religion in China – Cracks in the Atheist Edifice, The Economist
China’s Constantine Moment: After simmering in the countryside for decades, Chinese churches are exploding among young urban college educated professionals to such a degree that Chinese Christians now outnumber Communist party members. What’s an atheist state to do?