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Racial Righteousness

Let the Sermon Be Interrupted: The Church, First Nations, and Reconciliation

by: Mark Buchanan

And yet, is reconciliation even the right word? Many First Nations people don’t think so. Many observe reconciliation implies restoring the relationship to a former level of mutual warmth and trust and affection and intimacy.

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Book Recomendations from Wayne Stapleton

by: Wayne Stapleton

In light of focusing this month on racial righteousness, Wayne Stapleton has provided a few book recommendations as resources.

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Important Conversations and Exciting Announcements

by: Joanna Clark

Starting in September 2018, Executive Director Dan Hamil led a process of discernment to determine God’s direction in hiring a new vice president…

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A Conversation with Tony Campos and John Stone

by: Kent Carlson

We were meeting at Casa de Luz, a Hispanic NAB church pastored by Tony Campos and his wife, Fabiola. After the meeting, Tony asked the pastors there…

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A Unity that Requires Supernatural Empowerment

by: Joanna Clark

Unity does not come from ignoring differences. Unity does not come from avoiding people because they are different.

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A Unity that Requires Supernatural Empowerment

by: Wayne Stapleton

Jesus prayed for a unity that is grounded in the unity He experienced with the Father. It had to be incredibly profound if it would lead…

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April’s Focus on Racial Righteousness

by: Joanna Clark

The most recent edition of Onward plunges into the areas of rest, solitude, and Sabbath. We all know the excuses. We all know the external demands.

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In Response to Charlottesville

by: Dan Hamil

The recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia reminded us how much our churches together must stand strongly against all forms of racism.

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