You’ll enjoy this post from my friend Michelle. She loves Jesus and has a great perspective – learn from her like I have!
I don’t think it’s a secret that I feel quite strongly on the subject of being ethnically and culturally reconciled to one another.
At work, I co-lead a group that talks about racism. Sometimes when we are in discussion, someone will make a joke that exposes some other form of prejudice – many times the joke will come at the expense of the poor or someone of a different denomination or someone of a different gender or age than their own – as if race and ethnicity were the only areas in which we felt a temptation to feel superior to another.
Nay, my friend. Superiority is a disease. It’s a chronic, lifelong illness that plagues me and most every member of humanity daily.
I’m particularly observant and sensitive to it lately, because Jesus.
I have spent most of my adult life surrounded by people of a different ethnicity and…
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