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  • God And Racism

    Contributed by Leslie Trombly on Jul 11, 2001
    based on 33 ratings
     | 3,371 views

    What God has to say about Racism

    As young girl growing up, I lived in an adopted household. My mother was a Blackfoot indian and my father was white anglo-saxon. His ancestory went back thru the lines to Abraham Lincoln and so on. My mothers went back thru the Nez Perce Tribe and Chief Joesph..so my grandmother told me. I lived in ...read more

  • Moral Issues: Racism Series

    Contributed by Rob Harbison on May 10, 2001
    based on 289 ratings
     | 13,831 views

    God is color blind. Are you?

    INTRO: Prejudice. Discrimination. Segregation. Racism. Our society cries out against such offenses—as well it should! Prejudice judges a man’s character by his outward appearance. Discrimination deprives a person of the right to have. Segregation deprives a person of the right to belong. ...read more

  • When Is Abortion Racism?

    Contributed by John Piper on Mar 29, 2007
    based on 23 ratings
     | 6,947 views

    In the name of Jesus Christ and rooted in the gospel of his death and resurrection for sinners (including abortionists and pastors), my aim is to stigmatize abortion by associating it with racism. I would like you to link abortion and race the same way yo

    For the sake of full disclosure let me tell you one of my main aims in this message: In the name of Jesus Christ and rooted in the gospel of his death and resurrection for sinners (including abortionists and pastors), my aim is to stigmatize abortion by associating it with racism. I would like you ...read more

  • Repenting Of Racism, Sexism And Classism

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Feb 17, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,161 views

    The Word of God calls us to a brotherhood and sisterhood that transcends our differences. This sermon addresses three "ism’s" that work against God’s Kingdom: Racism, Sexism and Classism

    Sermon for CATM – February 17, 2008 “Repenting of Racism, Sexism, Classism” James 2:1-6; Galatians 3:26-28 What thoughts come to mind as you look at this photograph? [Photo is of 9 red gummy-bears standing separate and apart from one green gummy-bear. What’s going on here? What are the ...read more

  • Racism In Theological Disguise

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Nov 13, 2011
    based on 6 ratings
     | 7,045 views

    We will discover the truth concerning the curse on Canaan and examine our own hearts regarding race relations.

    There is no shortage of controversial issues raised in the opening chapters of Genesis. We have already discovered the God’s Word has much to say about the subject of Creation, the family, the role of husband and wife, homosexuality, capital punishment, and role of government. Today, we come to a ...read more

  • We're All Just Dirt

    Contributed by Kent Lenard on Jun 26, 2002
    based on 38 ratings
     | 4,207 views

    Unity in the Body

    I. Paul starts the next section that he writes with the word" therefore" that means that he is referring to what he has already written. A. He’s going back to the first verses in a chapter two, where he says that we were dead in transgressions and sins, and he says that all of us once lived ...read more

  • Do You Have A Dream Today?

    Contributed by Tony Britt on Jan 23, 2002
    based on 69 ratings
     | 7,036 views

    This sermon challenges us to dream to be all God wants us to be and do. We look at the life and dreams of Joseph and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Do You Have A Dream Today? Back in the days of steam ships, only rich white people sailed at sea. One day while sailing, something suddenly happened to the ship and it was about to sink. Terrified, the white folks aboard didn’t know what to do. Someone suggested that they do what the black ...read more

  • Reconciliation

    Contributed by Joseph Comage on Jan 10, 2003
    based on 50 ratings
     | 4,786 views

    Dr. King had a dream of reconciliation for all people. It is up to us to keep the dream alive.

    REV. JOSEPH M. COMAGE RECONCILIATION ACTS 15:36-41 "...THEIR DISAGREEMENT WAS SO SHARP THAT THEY SEPARATED....." 2nd TIMOTHY 4:11 ".... BRING MARK WITH YOU WHEN YOU COME, FOR I NEED HIM". INTRO: RECONCILIATION: TO ...read more

  • Martin Luther King: A Prophet To America

    Contributed by Harold Miller on Dec 15, 2000
    based on 218 ratings
     | 12,778 views

    Though a flawed man, King inspired change in an entire nation through moral and spiritual appeal

    "M L King: A Prophet to America" Haggai 1:1-4,12-15 2:1-9 [sermon notes. 1/94. Harold Miller, Corning NY] going to look at a prophet --from God-- to America. but first want us look (briefly) at prophet God sent to Isr . turn to Haggai 1 "1:1" when is this? who are these ...read more

  • Get Right, Church

    Contributed by Riley Turner on Jan 25, 2001
    based on 155 ratings
     | 7,540 views

    We must break down the walls of racial, cultural, and traditional division in the Lord’s Church.

    The following is an excerpt from a sermon preached by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1956, entitled: PAUL’S LETTER TO AMERICAN CHRISTIANS. In this sermon, Dr. King reads a fictitious letter written by himself, but he presents it as if it were a lost letter of the Apostle Paul to the ...read more

  • We Must Break Down The Walls

    Contributed by Riley Turner on Jan 26, 2001
    based on 85 ratings
     | 7,318 views

    If the Body of Christ is ever to be the true example of reconciliation that God wants us to be, we must break down the walls of racial, ethnic, and cultural segregation that currently exist within the church.

    (This sermon was preached at a Unity Workshop at the Sterling Blvd. Church of Christ in Sheffield, AL, held in September of 2000. The Sterling church is predominately African American; however, they have been moving toward becoming a more racially mixed church. Following this sermon, the ...read more

  • Who Is Really Number One

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 27, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 3,687 views

    This sermon was written during African American History month and deals with the need to see ourselves as Christians before being anything else.

    Who’s Really Number One 2/27/2000 Joshua 5:13-15 John 17:6-18 Why do we celebrate African American History? Because it reveals the workings of God in a group of people whom God has loved ...read more

  • The Sin Of Partiality

    Contributed by Chris Hodges on Jul 28, 2003
    based on 59 ratings
     | 3,398 views

    To note that Christians are to love all peoples.

    The Sin of Partiality Text: James 2.1-13 Thesis: To note that Christians are to love all peoples. Introduction: (1) There was a problem with favoritism/prejudice in the 1st century and there still is today in the 21st century. (2) Story: Behind the line in World War I, rest homes were ...read more

  • Reckoning With Racial Division Part 1 - Healing The Wounds Of Our Heritage Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Aug 9, 2004
    based on 30 ratings
     | 4,641 views

    A look at being ministers of reconciliation with God’s help.

    In an interview, Billy Graham was asked to pinpoint the world’s greatest social problem. Drawing from his 40-year experience of ministering in more than 100 countries around the world, Dr. Graham replied that the greatest social problem without question, is racism…. the unhealed wounds of racial ...read more

  • Breaking Barriers And Building Bridges

    Contributed by Steven Dow on Feb 11, 2005
    based on 151 ratings
     | 21,069 views

    Jesus shattered the stereotypes of "us" and "them."

    BREAKING BARRIERS AND BUILDING BRIDGES Theme: Jesus Shatters the Stereotypes of “Us” and “Them” February 13, 2005 Introduction: In 1962, George Wallace ran for governor of Alabama on a platform that was blatantly racist. He promised to fight integration to the point of defying federal ...read more