We post several short articles per month, tackling complicated issues and giving space for Christians to share their experiences about race in an edifying way. Longer essays are a scholarly contribution to UWP. They examine racism in the church in light of historical and theological contexts. Both Short-Form and Long-Form essays are written by people burdened with racial reconciliation in the church.
Jared Torrence goes to our ultimate source of truth to understand a word which is often used but rarely defined – justice.
Kam Pugh gives us some brief history and theology behind slavery, Juneteenth, and the coming kingdom.
Courtney Reissig explores what can happen when God’s people are slow to speak and quick to listen to brothers and sisters with different experiences.
A brief explainer about why we celebrate loving day
Choosing which arguments to have and when to have them requires wisdom, but the payoff is greater clarity and unity.
Danya Albright and Dr. Nate Brooks explain how the heart is the key to understanding both why humans treat each other so poorly and how they can be reconciled.
Pastor Rechab Gray provides a careful definition for an often used but seldom understood term—injustice.
Austin Suter examines some Biblical passages about what makes speech helpful.
John Talley III encourages Christians to remember God in uncertain times.
Isaac Adams gives nine reasons he is thankful for Together for the Gospel.