Overview: "Can wicked rulers be allied with you, those who frame injustice by statute?" (Psalm 94:20)
"Lament is a prayer in pain that leads to trust." Why is understanding songs of sorrow so important for our thinking about race? Why is lament so important that a third of Psalms are lament? Join Isaac Adams and Mark Vroegop as they answer these questions:
What does the Scripture teach about the grace of lament?
What is the importance of Christians understanding race? How does understanding the grace of lament apply to the issues of race?
What about colorblindness that some people read into Colossians 3:11?
What is the distinction between repentance and remorse, and why does it matter for the conversation on race?
How have you used civil rights trips within your congregation?
Why does it matter that your church looks like your community?
How do you think through urban renewal and foreign missions?
Links & Show Notes:
"White Awake" by Daniel Hill (see chapter seven for helpful teaching on lament)
Produced by Josh Deng