Here’s a different frame for how we as Christians can think about these issues of race and culture and understanding. Rather than adopt secular ideas of intersectionality, diversity and inclusion, I argue that we can go directly to scripture to find guidance for the type of impact we should seek to have. The uncomfortable possibility: This means that if we are going to answer the call of Jesus and fulfill the Great Commission, if we are going to steward our resources not just for secular efficiency and economic impact but for the Kingdom of God, a fundamental requirement of us is that we enter into the cultural experience of other people.
Good morning Jon,
I have read your piece and digested it. Thank you for this insightful message. As you have stated,
The problem demands sincere communication at its highest and deepest levels. It requires LISTENING.
Oh, that we would all listen and "go" in the guidance and strength of the.Holy Spirit. Aunt G.💕