"Racial Blind Spots, the Church, and the Killing of Ahmaud Arbery"– CalvaryChapel.com
"The Church was pivotal in the creation of many systems that form the backbone of our American culture: from educational, health care, and social services; the Church has led the way for centuries. At present, however, on matters of racial inequities, the Church has not been leading.”
"Oh God, Make Us Angry!"– The Gospel Coalition
"Like relentless waves, the news keeps crashing: Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. George Floyd. Each one, an image-bearer of God. Each one, beautifully woven by their Maker and bestowed with brown skin. Each one, senselessly killed. These three people, three deaths, three situations point to a larger issue with broad implications. It is godly to get angry. I’ll say it again: It is godly to get angry."
"Remembering Ravi Zacharias – Amy Orr-Ewing, Vince Vitale and Abdu Murray"– Unbelievable?
"Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias recently passed away, aged 74. In a special tribute edition of the show Justin is joined by Amy Orr-Ewing, Vince Vitale and Abdu Murray from RZIM to share personal memories and reflect on his life and legacy."
"Trump Says Places of Worship Are Essential Services"– The Wall Street Journal
"President calls on governors to let churches reopen, threatens to ‘override’ any who don’t"
"CGN Covid-19 Relief Fund"– Calvary Global Network
"COVID-19 has caused a financial famine for many churches in the Calvary Global Network. This is why we have created the CGN Church Relief Fund, so that we might “excel in this act of grace also” (2 Corinthians 8:7). To excel in this act of grace, we have put a plan in place using the example Paul set for us in 2 Corinthians 8: The Committee, the Criteria, Contributions, and Communication."
"Overcoming Imposter Syndrome"– GoodLion Podcast Network
"Aaron sits down with Mike Neglia (Calvary Cork, Expositors Collective) to discuss the struggle of 'Imposter Syndrome', a psychological pattern in which one doubts one’s accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a 'fraud'. This is something many people in ministry struggle with, including Mike and Aaron. The two get vulnerable about their own struggles with this problem and then discuss some ways that Jesus has led them to push past it and overcome it. We hope that this discussion is encouraging to you"
"How to Better Love Our Asian Brothers and Sisters"– LifeWay
"For the month of May, the United States has been observing Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. In this video, we asked speaker, author, and Bible professor, Dr. Christopher Yuan, how Christians, and specifically White Christians, can better love their Asian brothers and sisters."
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