UnLearning Racism

As followers of Christ, we must continually evaluate words, attitudes, innuendos, tones, or symbolic practices that cooperate with racism.  Actions once accepted now must be corrected.

Listening and learning from younger generations on this issue is a critical practice to keep our heart in tune with today’s culture.  This path calls for humility and constant self-correction.  But as Christians, are we not people of transformation?

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