America's origin story is deeply tied to Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims. Unfortunately much of what we have been taught in school is not true. Below are our favorite resources to relearn Thanksgiving
The words we use matter. Therefore when we use words, especially words that are intended as an insult, we should be fully aware of their history and meaning. Unfortunately many Christians use woke as an insult ignorant of the terms history. One way we can show respect to our fellow image bearers is by learning about the history of a word. By reading, listening to, and watching the various forms of media below you should have the start of a well-rounded understanding of the word woke and why Christians should stop using it as a pejorative.
What is Juneteenth? Why do we celebrate it? How should we celebrate it? After reading the following articles, listening to the podcast, and watching the show you should have a decent understanding of what the holiday is and why we celebrate and/or commemorate it.
Keeping up with the news can be overwhelming. Where do you start? Who do you trust? Here is a guide to help you read the news through a Christian lens and with a critical eye (HINT: Think local!)
As a Christian do you want to know why we should unequivocally proclaim that Black lives matter? Do you want to know how to engage with the Black Lives Matter movement as a Christian? Or do you want to learn what Black Lives is? We have got you covered in our learning capsule.
Confused? Curious? Offended? Inquisitive? Angry? Defensive? If any of those terms describe you when you hear the term white privilege then this learning capsule on the term is for you.
Confused about what critical race theory (CRT) is and its implications for Christians? Are there negatives to CRT? Positives? If you read, watch, and listen to the resources below, you will have the beginning of a well-rounded understanding of what CRT is, what CRT is not, and how Christians should approach this theory.
Over $1.5 million dollars of damage wiped out 35 blocks of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921 as thousands of white people looted and killed hundreds of Black people. Learn about this often overlooked part of American history.