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Why White Churches Can Be Challenging for Black People

Monday, December 4, 2017 14:33
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Although many black people have realigned themselves with white churches, there are times when it is difficult. It becomes disheartening when fellow “believers” spread their political affiliations more than the Gospel. Instead of echoing the sentiments of Christ, the voices of Washington become the shallow primary. When issues of injustice or inequality arise, many white congregations choose to remain silent as opposed to speaking out against the climate of pain its African American members are subjected to. What happened to Paul’s directive in Romans 12:15, “Mourn with those who mourn”?

I attend a predominantly white church that I love and do not intend to leave, but I would be lying to myself and anyone else if I acted as if it is not challenging at times. The African American culture is … Click HERE to continue reading

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