Tag: Racial injustice

How to love people you don’t like

In the heart of the Christian faith lies a command that is as challenging as it is transformative: love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you (Matthew 5:44). This call to radical love is not merely a suggestion but a central tenet of living out the Gospel. Understanding the command to love our enemies As followers of Christ, we are invited to embody...

How to ‘be still and know’ that he is God.

In today’s fast-paced world, the demands on professionals and students are immense. With constant deadlines, relentless schedules, and the ever-present pressure to succeed, finding a moment of peace can seem impossible. Amidst this chaos, Psalm 46:10 offers a profound message of hope and tranquillity: “Be still, and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10 is a divine invitation to pause and recognize the sovereignty of...

How Should Christians Respond to Racial Injustice

As I write this article, the last few words of George Floyd as he cried out for his mother are still ringing through my...

An Open Letter To My White Christians.

Dear White Christians, As you can most probably tell, black people are upset. In fact we are absolutely livid. And I hope that you understand...