4 lessons for my son: Fathering (with brown skin)

Sunday, June 14, I celebrated my son’s first birthday, as well as my fifth anniversary.  As my son awoke on this special day, he crawled to his…


Cast off indifference: A call for Christians to unite against racism

I could feel the thoughts coming, the barrage of excuses, the flood of questions attempting to argue away my breaking heart after watching George…


What can I do? Recommended resources for racial reconciliation

We are grieved. As a ministry and as parents, we grieve the painful consequences of prolonged racial division and inequality in our country. At…


No words left

“Use your words.”  I heard a mom say this to a young child, who in their frustration cried, “No words left.” I find myself now understanding that…


How do we teach our children to value and respect race?

I am white.  Somehow it feels wrong to label myself with the word that defines my skin color. The term white feels entitled and…