• United? We Pray

    United? We Pray is a ministry to help Christians pray and think about racial strife. We want to encourage Christians amid the strife to rely upon God in prayer. So our prayers can be informed, we strive to learn and write about race, racism and its effects, and theology. We aim to be biblical, beneficial, and clear in all our efforts. While we’re burdened for all racial strife, we focus on racial strife between Christians because of the unique privilege and stewardship God has given his people: to bear witness to Him and to love all people, especially one another (Gal. 6:10).

Hiring Diversity

Episode Overview:  Austin and Isaac discuss the good desire to hire people from diverse backgrounds and the challenges that can present.   Links &... Read more.

UWP Season 10 Teaser

Episode Overview:  We’re back! 10 Seasons running and we are grateful to God for what He is doing through this ministry. Austin and Isaac give some good new... Read more.

What is this ministry about?

Episode Overview:  This is the last new episode we plan to release this year. Isaac and Austin remember how United? We Pray started, the motivations behind it... Read more.

What is Racism?

Episode Overview:  This episode is a follow-up to episode 103, in which we discussed race. Isaac and Austin answer the question, “what is racism?” This to... Read more.

What is Race?

Episode Overview:  In this episode, Isaac and Austin have a more theoretical discussion around the question, “What is race?” Scripture uses the word “ra... Read more.

Hope I Don’t Go Numb

Episode Overview:  There’s so much hard news these days. Isaac and Austin sit down to talk about how we cope with the hard things in life, how and when to t... Read more.

Blake Long on Avoiding Smugness

Episode Overview:  Author Blake Long joins Austin on the podcast to talk about his book, Gospel Smugness. Blake has a particular burden to influence Christia... Read more.

Diverse Churches

Episode Overview:  Austin and Isaac discuss diversity in local churches. What does it mean for a church to be multi-ethnic? How should churches think about di... Read more.