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Jesus for Revolutionaries: A Blog about Race, Social Justice, and Christianity by Robert Chao Romero

November 1st, 2012

Jesus for Revolutionaries:  A Blog about Race, Social Justice, and Christianity by Robert Chao Romero

Check out Robert’s new blog!  Spread the word to fellow Revolutionaries!  http://jesusforrevolutionaries.org



Columbus Day Rethought by Frank Robinson, Author, Letters to A Mixed Race Son

October 18th, 2012

Columbus Day Rethought by Frank Robinson, Author, Letters to A Mixed Race Son

I was thinking about the Christopher Columbus Day thing.  Maybe before the next one rolls around, we can change it into day to recognize a more encompassing view of what the arrival of those Europeans in the Americas actually means.   Columbus Day, as it is, seems selfish, arrogant, negligent and short sighted.  By celebrating Columbus from a derived post-colonial view is to ignore the real impact on real people in real cultures, some who survive to this day and others do not survive at all.  Maybe we need to say BOTH “These things happened and these things happened,.. || Continue Reading →



An Ode To Pastor Faye, ”L.A.’s First Lady”

June 27th, 2012

An Ode To Pastor Faye, ”L.A.’s First Lady”

  You may never have heard of Pastor Faye Newman, but she was a legend of inner city ministry in South Los Angeles.  As Henri Nouwen wrote, the greater part of God’s work in this world often goes unnoticed.  That’s definitely true of Pastor Faye.  She may not have been famous in the world’s eyes, but she was used by God to touch the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals in South Central Los Angeles and beyond.  Most importantly, she was well known and dearly loved by God, and the great works she accomplished did not go unnoticed by Him. Pastor Faye.. || Continue Reading →



Profe’s Ministry Spotlight: Fight Human Trafficking with “The Well of Life” in Mexico City!

June 11th, 2012

Profe’s Ministry Spotlight:  Fight Human Trafficking with “The Well of Life” in Mexico City!

Profe’s Note:  There are more slaves on planet earth today than ever before in human history–27 million!  Of this number, 7-8 million are child sex slaves.  As followers of Jesus we must be deeply enraged by this exploitation of millions of  human beings who are made in God’s image and deeply loved by Him.  My good friend Benny Yu has decided to do something about this and has founded an amazing ministry called “The Well of Life” in Mexico City where underage victims of sexual exploitation enter a restoration and rehabilitation program, and.. || Continue Reading →



Tsunami of Change: The Re-Coloring of America by Kevin Robinson, Executive Director, Accord1

June 1st, 2012

Tsunami of Change: The Re-Coloring of America by Kevin Robinson, Executive Director, Accord1

Profe’s Note:  The Census Bureau reported last month that 50.4 percent of all children born in the United States are now Latino, Asian, African American, or mixed-race!  In fact, minorities represented more than 92 percent of the nation’s population growth from 2000-2010!  From a biblical perspective, this radical shift in cultural demographics is God’s doing!  As Paul stated in his famous speech to the Areopagus:   “From one man he made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked out their appointed times in history and.. || Continue Reading →



Anti-Immigrant Laws in Alabama and Georgia: Lessons from “A Letter from a Birmingham Jail”

May 29th, 2012

Anti-Immigrant Laws in Alabama and Georgia:  Lessons from “A Letter from a Birmingham Jail”

“I would agree with St. Augustine that ‘an unjust law is no law at all’… I have traveled the length and breadth of Alabama, Mississippi and all the other southern states. On sweltering summer days and crisp autumn mornings I have looked at the South’s beautiful churches with their lofty spires pointing heavenward. I have beheld the impressive outlines of her massive religious-education buildings. Over and over I have found myself asking: ‘What kind of people worship here? Who is their God? Where were their voices when the lips of Governor Barnett dripped.. || Continue Reading →



Profe’s Ministry Spotlight: MISSION YEAR!

May 23rd, 2012

Profe’s Ministry Spotlight:  MISSION YEAR!

Profe’s Note:  Have you ever wanted to love God and serve the urban poor?  Would you like to do this for a year beginning in Fall 2012?  Then Mission Year is for you!  This fantastic ministry was started by Bart Campolo, the son of Tony Campolo and it has ministry opportunities available in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Oakland, and North and West Philly!  Applications are being accepted now for Fall 2012!  Here’s more info: Mission Year is a year long program where Christian young people live in an urban neighborhood volunteering, worshiping, and loving their.. || Continue Reading →



X-stian Pioneers of Social Justice Spotlight: Bartolome de las Casas and the Spanish Conquest

May 19th, 2012

X-stian Pioneers of Social Justice Spotlight:  Bartolome de las Casas and the Spanish Conquest

Profe’s note:  This post kicks off an occasional series of historical spotlights featuring Christians who have pioneered important global justice movements.  Today’s blog features one of my biggest heroes:  Bartolome de las Casas.  Las Casas’ life reads like a Hollywood film script and he’s the progenitor of the modern social justice movement in the Americas, yet he’s hardly known outside of Latin American Studies circles.  He lived during the time of the Spanish Conquest of Mexico and the Americas, and he gave up all his wealth and earthly.. || Continue Reading →



Profe’s Racial Reconciliation Ministry Spotlight: “Accord1″

May 15th, 2012

Profe’s Racial Reconciliation Ministry Spotlight:  “Accord1″

Profe’s Note:  This blog kicks off a new Ministry Spotlight Series!  Many people at college and university campuses embrace the stereotype that Christianity is a racist, classist, and sexist religion, and that Christians are unconcerned about issues of racial equity and social justice.  The Ministry Spotlight Series seeks to eradicate this stereotype by featuring amazing Christian ministries that are on the frontlines of racial reconciliation and social justice work. We are pleased to launch our series by featuring “Accord1,” a fantastic racial reconciliation ministry.. || Continue Reading →



Profe’s Music Pix! Jon Serrins–”God Writes My Songs”

May 10th, 2012

Profe’s Music Pix!  Jon Serrins–”God Writes My Songs”

Profe’s Note:  Every revolutionary needs a theme song, and so I’m really excited to start featuring CSC music picks!   In this blog I’d like to introduce you to a close friend of mine and former CSC’er Jon Serrins.  Not only is he a close friend and revolutionary follower of Jesus, but he’s also quite possibly the coolest CSC student  we’ve ever had as well!  Enjoy his urban-edge Christian hip hop sound and inspiring rap and spoken word lyrics.  Ladies, he’s single, too, I think! Jon Serrins website: http://www.jonserrins.com/ And Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jonserrins Some.. || Continue Reading →