Tag Archives: racial healing

Race is made up — it’s fictional

Skin color’s real, race is made up. Although our skin color varies, our race is human. None of us should ever be marginalized because of skin color! Diversity of color isn’t a threat to flowers. It’s beautification. People could learn … Continue reading

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How salvation testimonies can help heal racial division between churches

Church and race haven’t mixed very kindly and inclusively in America. Learn how salvation testimonies can help change that.

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Boxed thinking & the history of racism

By silencing (and/or ignoring) the history of racism, we hide away the answers that we need to heal our land today. People who don’t want to know the history of racism, will stay confused and bewildered about race. Race is … Continue reading

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Skin is a protective covering, not a marketing label

Skin is a protective covering, not a marketing label. It’s not supposed to define who we are. Dividing people into skin-color-based categories and putting them in tiers, has enabled much hate and caused many tears. Categorizing and looking down on … Continue reading

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“America first” or “All countries matter”?

Someone posted on social media: “My wife is beautiful.” Should I comment on his post, “All wives are beautiful”? When Trump says, “America first,” the “All lives matter” people, don’t say, “All countries matter.” When Jesus talked about leaving the … Continue reading

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Please don’t make America hate again . . .

Name calling and insults don’t make America great. They stir up hate. True greatness is kind. Please don’t make America hate again (like it did until the Civil Rights Movement made it illegal). The Old Testament prophets would often publicly … Continue reading

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I like being liked by people of various skin colors . . .

Stop color-coding people just because of the skin they’re in. You don’t color-code them by their eye-hue, do you? Real love can’t be color-coded. When we really care about people, we don’t ignore, deny, or make light of their pain. … Continue reading

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A failure to appreciate

What we have here in America, is a failure to appreciate every color of humanity. It’s amazing how categorizing people by skin (the bag that holds everything together) eventually makes everything fall apart. Your skin is amazing! Anybody who thinks … Continue reading

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The race question many people are unwilling to ask . . .

To my white American friends who easily brush aside the concept of racism, try this: Find a black person and assure him/her that you don’t want to argue, but just want to listen and learn. Then ask: Will you tell … Continue reading

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Agree with me . . .

There’ so much disagreement today. Here’s something simple that maybe we can agree on. Agree with me, please. When the skinPeople are inIs allowed toDefine who they are,We’ve gone too far. Race is a maskThat keeps people apart.Unmask the past. … Continue reading

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