A Child Will Lead Them…

By Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell I thought you might like this story from The Washington Post. Ten-year-olds tackle ‘The Lie’ of demeaning stereotypes in powerful video Elementary schoolchildren aim to counter the “lies” they hear about Muslims, African Americans, Latinos, Asians, girls: “I’m not a thief.” “I’m not a terrorist.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/ten-year-olds-tackle-the-lie-of-demeaning-stereotypes-in-powerful-video/2016/12/02/69b7e162-b02a-11e6-8616-52b15787add0_story.html   10-Year-Olds Tackle the Lies […]

Think on These Things

When we are confronted with life’s most difficult situations, it is often easy to go to a default reaction. But, life is complicated and the most serious situations require more from us as Christians. They require us to go much deeper and to tap into the well of living water. With the issue of race […]

Grace and Race?

Tuesday, 2 December 2014, 0:02 | Category : Grace, Racial Justice, Reconciliation Reflections
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By Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell, Founder & President When I adopted “grace and race” as the words to help define my personal ministry, I believed that through the faith in the unmerited favor of God, we as believers in Christ can work through everything that confronts us in life. The notion that providing safe, informative spaces […]

A Call to Prayer

Monday, 19 August 2013, 21:34 | Category : Events, Racial Justice
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In commemoration of the Historic August 28, 1963 March on Washington we invite you download the  March on Washington 50th Anniversary Prayer Walk Guide and Devotional

A Postscript

Thursday, 29 March 2012, 13:45 | Category : Racial Justice, Teachable Moments
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By Rev. Arnette L. Georges, Esq. Rev. Copeland-Tune’s article, Hoodies, Skittles and a Plea for Justice, was complete in every respect, but I thought we could all benefit from a cursory legal analysis of the Trayvon Martin case, thus I offer this postscript. I am not a parent, but I consider myself to be a […]