It’s important to celebrate where we are. But we also must keep moving forward. We still have a long way to go.
The “American Dream” that we are living out today is not the Dream that Martin Luther King Jr. was referring to. The ideal of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness has to be a reality for all people for it to be true for a whole nation.
Dear White People of Portland and beyond, I love you BUT your hipster culture & progressive utopia aren’t perfect.
We can’t claim to be a Christian nation if Jesus wouldn’t even be allowed within our borders.
Love transcends color, but it does not turn a blind eye to it.
“Although praying isn’t our only responsibility in crisis situations – it is certainly a starting place.” – Steven Furtick
“By sitting-in, we were really standing up.” – John Lewis
Jesus stands for #blacklivesmatter and so should you. Jesus and justice can go hand in hand.
Dear God, I’m trying to do work right now, but I can’t. I just watched the video of Alton Sterling’s (a black man shot to death by police for selling CDs) 15-year-old son crying, “I want my daddy” on national television and tears are running down my face. My heart hurts for this injustice. Fix…
I want to know what the reward will be for people who are in extremely unfavorable yet uncontrollable situations on this earth will be? Or if they even have one?
So much truth was spoken through Jesse Williams. He said what needed to be said in the most relevant, eloquent and magical way possible.
Recently, this world seems like a world without stars. I see natural disasters coming left and right, I see bloodied bodies on the streets, I see hate crimes committed in the name of religion, I see politics that look eerily similar to what I’ve read only in fiction books, but still I see a light.