Dr. John Perkins saw and endured horrific racism. But God convicted him of his own hateful reaction and inclined his heart toward racial reconciliation through the gospel. Listen to his conversation with Kim Anthony.
Jasmine Holmes wants her son to understand he is made in the image of God, to understand the beauty of diversity, and to be a hopeful optimist centered on the gospel of Christ.
Jasmine Holmes knows what strong parenting looks like. But that didn't shield her from the pain of casual prejudice growing up. Now a young mom, she shows her son he is "fearfully and wonderfully made."
Jemar Tisby talks about how the Lord prepared Dr. King to be the right person at the right time to be the figurehead for the Civil Rights movement in the 1960's.
Mississippi has come to be known through the years as a state rife with racial tension.
Growing up in racially segregated Mississippi in the 1950's, he had plenty of reasons to be angry at oppression.