- Viral JesusEpisode 65|50minThese Brothers Are ‘Just Different’As co-hosts of a successful podcast on faith and culture, siblings Jordan and Darin Starks learned that God isn’t looking for perfection, just availability.
- ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ Continues Its Steady BeatWritten as a hymn for Black middle schoolers, the song’s celebration of resilient faith still resonates.
- Three Black Women Who Preached With the Power of the Holy SpiritWhat Zilpha Elaw, Julia Foote, and Sojourner Truth taught me about God’s “withness.”
- What Would Jesus Do in North Minneapolis? Buy a Gas Station.Facing poverty, crime, and closing businesses, Christians look to transform their corners.
- A History of Soul CareJoin us on February 23 for an online conversation on “Soul Care in African American Practice” with author Barbara Peacock.
- Seeing Color Matters in Black HistoryThis month, white Christians can love their Black siblings in the church by seeing their struggles in context.
- If You See Something Unjust, Say SomethingThe new Emmett Till film tells a story of racial apathy that still haunts the church today.
- The Rise of the Pentecostal FusionistsThey’re uniting Spirit-led worship with the riches of historic church tradition, says a leading charismatic bishop.
- Black Church to National Park Service: Give Us Stones of RemembranceBlack denominational leaders have formally asked for a national monument to the 1908 Springfield race riot, and a new national survey reveals more public lands Black clergy want memorialized.
- Small Evangelical College Stands Out for DiversityHouston’s College of Biblical Studies, where three-quarters of students are Black or Hispanic, finds ministry partners in DTS and Tony Evans.