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  • God And Racism

    Contributed by Leslie Trombly on Jul 12, 2001
    based on 33 ratings
     | 3,205 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

  • Racism Is Sin Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Aug 17, 2017
     | 2,958 views

    We must love regardless of a person's race, creed or socio-economic status.

    Racism Is A Sin Text: James 2:8-13 Introduction 1. Illustration: I heard about an African-American who tried to attend a church. Sadly, the church wouldn’t even let him attend a service. The pastor said, "You just need to pray about it." About three weeks later the pastor saw him and ...read more

  • Repenting Of Racism, Sexism And Classism

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Feb 18, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,051 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

  • Moral Issues: Racism Series

    Contributed by Rob Harbison on May 11, 2001
    based on 289 ratings
     | 13,672 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
     | 6,813 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

  • Counter-Cultural Christianity: Racism Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jan 30, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,426 views

    We want to be a place of grace for discussions about race.

    Counter-Cultural Christianity: Racism Rev. Brian Bill January 31-February 1, 2015 Opening Video: A Perspective on Prejudice Do you feel some discomfort right now? Me too. And it’s about to get worse. Let’s admit upfront that there’s racism in the room and its not all ...read more

  • Racism In Theological Disguise

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Nov 13, 2011
    based on 6 ratings
     | 6,874 views

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

  • Only God Can Stop Racism

    Contributed by Mark H. Stevens Thd on Jun 23, 2015
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,869 views

    America is in need of healing from racism and bitterness, what can we do as a CHURCH to fix this crisis?

    “If you are a racist, your church will die.” (Yes Black folks can be racist TOO!) Dr. Martin Luther King said that Sunday morning was the most segregated day of the week, and sadly enough it still is nearly 40 years later. We have made good strides in the area of race relations in ...read more

  • No Partiality Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Mar 12, 2003
    based on 31 ratings
     | 1,908 views

    God is directing the expansion of His church, and uses Cornelius as a gate between Jews and Gentiles.

    Conversions in the Book of Acts> “No Partiality” Acts chapter 10 Pastor Bob Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts Peter opened the door to the Gentiles, granting them full standing in the community of faith. The Gospel came to the House of Israel first, because ...read more

  • No Foreigners In God's Sight

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Sep 8, 2003
    based on 127 ratings
     | 13,884 views

    A sermon on racial tolerance and love for all humankind.

    Mark 7:24-37 "There are No Foreigners in God’s Sight" We humans are a strange breed. Why on earth do we feel as if we have to discriminate between others based on where the others were born, or where they live, or what color their skin is, or if they are rich or poor, a Southerner or a ...read more

  • Peter's Vision

    Contributed by Jeff Hughes on Aug 18, 2003
    based on 43 ratings
     | 9,703 views

    Peter has a vision concerning the gentiles.

    Peter’s Vision Acts 10:9 – 10:23 Jeff Hughes – July 20, 2003 Calvary Chapel Aggieland I. Introduction a. Ever been in a situation where someone was trying maybe not so subtly to get your attention? You know, like when you’re at a restaurant, and you have a small bit of food on your face. ...read more

  • Upside Down Thinking

    Contributed by Ken Sowers on Sep 2, 2003
    based on 16 ratings
     | 1,358 views

    The gospel transforms racist believers

    Upside down thinking I have it figured out only to find out that you had exactly the opposite idea? Wazungo (awe - respect) - I found out that the boogie man was me! WW2 > 300K Japanese in the US, 600K Italian 5.2 million Germans. > 100,000 Japanese - no Germans or Italians - went to ...read more

  • Anger: Not Just Black And White Series

    Contributed by Michael Hollinger on Feb 22, 2007
    based on 19 ratings
     | 19,001 views

    Anger is a detector of injustice, but, like God we should be slow in our response

    <<READ Jonah 4:1-2, 4>> Many of you were living the Washington area on Thursday, April 4th, 1968. I don’t need to really set the stage for it, because you lived it. It was about 7:30 in the evening when Walter Cronkite broke the news. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in Memphis for ...read more

  • Outside Of Ourselves Series

    Contributed by Steven Chapman on Jan 24, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,929 views

    Christianity is rooted in moving outside of ourselves – to the oppressed and the powerless. If we are going to go where God desires we will need to move outside of ourselves and move into the lives of others. In chapter 2, James provides two illustrations

    Outside Of Ourselves James 1:26-2:26 Caring for unwanted children, building hospitals and schools, providing financial assistance to needy families, providing food for the hungry and homes for the homeless, advancing literacy, caring for widows, championing the abolition of slavery, advocating ...read more

  • A Mission Of Amazing Grace: Seek Justice, Rescue The Oppressed

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Feb 20, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 5,660 views

    Based on Isaiah 1:15-17 and James 2:14-26 this sermon was prepared for "Amazing Grace" Sunday 2007. The thesis is that we are saved to be agents of God’s Grace in the cause for social justice for God’s oppressed children in our modern society.

    A Mission of Amazing Grace: Seek Justice, Rescue the Oppressed --Isaiah 1:15-17 and James 2:14-26 Today North American Christians are celebrating “Amazing Grace Sunday,” but do you realize the significance in our celebrating the most beloved hymn of all time? On Friday, 23 February 2007, ...read more