On the convergence of the presidential inauguration and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many will celebrate—deservedly—the long way we’ve come from Dr. King’s campaign for civil rights to the inauguration of our nation’s first black president for his second term. But have we come far enough?
Dr. Tony Evans writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about Black History Month and why racial reconciliation and unity in the church matter.
David Masciotra on the rich history of black Americans and why the celebration of their contributions cannot be restrained to one month.
Pastor Lance Lewis writes for RELEVANT about why the Church still has such difficulty approaching race and ethnicity.