Brenda Salter McNeil talks about the church’s need for a renewed understanding of reconciliation and shares about her own calling to empower Christians to become practitioners of reconciliation in the world.
Robert Chao Romero explores critical tools for scholarship and pedagogy—taking Critical Race Theory as an example—that recognize the diversity and fullness of the whole body of Christ
As he explores the many ways our particular stories shape our faith, Der Lor engages in the challenging yet beautiful work of multiethnic ministry.
Amber Height joins a neighborhood’s fight against gentrification, as she holds to a hopeful vision of a future in which Black life and culture thrive.
As she leans into her own identities as a psychologist, a Christian, and a Black woman, Christin Fort serves communities at the overlapping intersections of faith, research, and identity
With his heart for the stories of others and the story of Scripture, Mark Fields seeks to break down barriers and cultivate the connections that exist among all of us
Michelle Lang-Raymond shares how theater and the arts can create opportunities for us to safely yet deeply engage with today’s polarizing issues.
At the 2012 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah spoke about our need to develop cultural competency to address the changes in ethnoracial diversity in the world and in the church.
Willie Jennings, alongside other voices, calls for a doctrine of creation shaped by a shared, Christ-centered vision of dwelling and belonging for all.