Grace, Justice, & Mercy: An Evening with Bryan Stevenson & Rev. Tim Keller. “In brokenness we are filled with grace and mercy. There is this love that fills all of those broken spaces that strengthens us. It is in brokenness that we can find the pathway to mercy, it is in brokenness that we understand compassion, it is the broken that can teach us the way justice works.“ 

Listening Well & Taking Action: A Conversation About Race and the Church with Dr. Chris and Dorena Williamson by Your Enneagram Coach, iTunes. “This episode is an open and honest conversation about [Dr. Chris and Dorena’s] experience as Black Americans. Our God is a God of equality and redemption. He is making all things new, and He has invited us to be part of the solutions. It’s our prayer that you are encouraged and inspired to move forward into greater understanding, empathy, and action.”

Racial Justice and the Uneasy Conscience of American Christianity, by Russell Moore. “Martin Luther King is relatively non-controversial in American life, because Martin Luther King has not been speaking for 50 years. It is easy to look backward and to say “if I had been here I would have listened to Dr. King,”—even though I do not listen to what is happening around me in my own community, in my own neighborhood, in my own church.” 

One Thing White Evangelicals Should Understand About Racial Reconciliation by Thabiti Anyabwile, TGC. “If I could have every white evangelical understand one thing about racial reconciliation…it would be to have them understand and embrace…their disproportionate responsibility to lead in it.” 

EJI Presents: Reconstruction in America, 1865-1876, Equal Justice Initiative. “The report examines the 12 years following the Civil War when lawlessness and violence perpetrated by white leaders created an American future of racial hierarchy, white supremacy, and Jim Crow laws—an era from which our nation has yet to recover.” 

Jude 3 Project. “The primary mission of the Jude 3 Project is to help the Christian community know what they believe and why they believe it. Distinctive in its strong emphasis in equipping those of African descent in the United States and abroad.” 

Pursuing Racial Diversity in Youth Ministry: A Conversation with Jason Cook and Clark Fobes on Rooted