Category Archive for: Racial Reconciliation

SAVING OUR BROKEN HUMANITY, ONE CONVERSATION AT A TIME

My wife, Julie Snodgrass, had the idea of her posting on here once in a while. So she wrote this beautiful post and I had to share with you all… Enjoy! “I was talking to a friend yesterday and I was struck but the amazing capacity in the development of people, relationships, and human possibility.…

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THEY WILL KNOW US BY OUR LOVE

People keep asking me my thoughts on these past few days. The events of the past few days has brought intense heaviness to my heart. So many innocent people dead, so many families left grieving. So much division, hatred, finger pointing, blaming, and heartache. Generalizations are being thrown around left and right, and the divide…

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FIVE THOUGHTS TO LEARN FROM FERGUSON

Last night in Ferguson, Missouri, two police officers were shot at a protest set up calling for further change in the police department in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown. It breaks my heart to see what is currently going on around the country, the cycle of racism is far too strong, and…

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