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You might be unracist if . . .

The vast majority of Americans claim (and believe) that they are not racists. However, in an unracist society, race isn’t an issue. You might be unracist if you look at faces and don’t see races. You might be unracist if … Continue reading

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Some Greatest Showman Soundtrack Quotes & Ekklesia!

The Other Side from The Greatest Showman Soundtrack expresses how I feel about ekklesia: “Trade that typical For something colorful And if it’s crazy live a little crazy You can play it sensible A king of conventional Or you can … Continue reading

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Humility & equality in church services . . .

 

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Worship’s new normal!

A new normal for worship is coming! –Society is moving beyond the old normal of passive spectators politely listening to the same religious expert every week. –Our culture is going interactive and participatory–worship will too. –The first normal (lost and … Continue reading

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My #9 Greatest American — William Monroe Trotter

“There can be no freedom without equality.” —William Monroe Trotter Standing almost alone during the Jim Crow days of forced segregation, open racism, and public lynchings of the early 20th Century, William Monroe Trotter boldly spoke out for equal rights. … Continue reading

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