Spike Lee calls us to recognize the racism baked into America’s DNA
A War Speech Worth Remembering: LBJ 1964 State of the Union
Finding hope on Martin Luther King Day, even in these times of struggle
Black Churches and White Evangelicals: Divided by a Common Religion
It's Christmas Time: A Sermon from Luke 1
A Famiiar Formula: The Racial Politics of Ted Cruz and George Wallace
The Most Dangerous Negro:
What Now Opportunity to Rebuild a City
In our house, as in houses throughout Houston, we wondered where Houston heads after Harvey finishes its work on us; we wondered what changes the crisis will bring to Houston both in the short-term and in the long term.
PASTOR IN CHIEF: Reflections on a Presidency
WHITE SOUL MATES: How James Dobson Evolved the KKK’s Values for an Evangelical Embrace
The Gospel Next Door: Book Review
New HISD Chief and 5th Ward Poverty
Nowhere is the challenge – but also opportunity for change – more stark than in Houston’s Fifth Ward, on the city’s near-northeast side. Here, a profound poverty envelopes generations of families, setting back students before they even have a chance to start out in life.