“Coming Together” – The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission comes to South Tulsa

A little over a year ago, I received an invitation from the Mayor’s office to participate in the 1921/2021 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission. I remember thinking at the time how much of an honor it was for a church from our side of the city to be included. Our church is just about as far south as … Continue reading “Coming Together” – The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission comes to South Tulsa

My Latest in Christian Post: “US committed to religious freedom but forsakes refugees?”

Back in June, the White House issued an executive order pledging a commitment to international religious freedom. The order calls religious freedom “America’s first freedom” and “a moral and national security imperative.” It also states our nation’s historic commitment “to ensure equal rights and legal protections for individuals and groups regardless of belief.” But the … Continue reading My Latest in Christian Post: “US committed to religious freedom but forsakes refugees?”

More on Loving and Serving our Immigrant and Refugee Neighbors during a Pandemic (ERLC)

Read the Full ERLC Article here. One of the more subtle tragedies of the last several weeks has been a furthering divide between natural-born and immigrant/refugee Americans. The Church is not immune to this and we who call ourselves followers of Christ must be willing to see all others and their circumstances through the lens … Continue reading More on Loving and Serving our Immigrant and Refugee Neighbors during a Pandemic (ERLC)