Here are a few of the things that caught our minds this week:

A plea to college students to take Asian-American Studies in order to better understand the struggle of Asian-Americans throughout United States history. 

Ray Ortlund asks the unsettling yet important diagnostic question, “Is Your Church Racist?”

The powerful story behind one of the Church’s most popular Christmas Hymns.

The activism that defined the life of Rosa Parks, whose famous refusal to leave her seat is a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights movement.

The world’s game has been plauged by corruption and new indictments show that the corruption is even worse than previously thought.

Posted by Marcos Ortega

Marcos married up and has two beautiful daughters. After growing up in Arizona and going to college in San Diego, he and his family moved to the Philadelphia area so he could go to seminary. In May of 2016, he graduated from Westminster Theological Seminary and is a candidate under care in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He is also a program director at an awesome church just outside the city. Fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, Sixers, Union, Phillies, and Flyers (in that order), he loves and writes about Jesus, theology, culture, sports, movies, music (except country), and good books.

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