Reading the Margins – 3.11.2016

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

Nate J. Lee responds to Hillsong’s plans to move into San Francisco, reminding us that missional work begins with a posture of humility, unity, and love toward those who have already been there before us.

Jarvis Williams challenges the color-blind theory of race and reveals its disservice to evangelical churches.

Studies show that churchgoing black men in pursuit of Christ are less likely to follow the “code of the street” and more likely to flourish in life.

A new African revival arrives in Orange County as a wealthy, suburban megachurch grasps the reality of World Christianity.

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Reformed Margins exists to celebrate the glory of God and exalt the person and work of Jesus Christ among the nations. We pray that this site provides a platform for Reformed Christian thinkers from various ethnic minority backgrounds to join in the broader Reformed and Evangelical conversations.

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