Rejected by family, the Porters entered their marriage in a season of hurt, longing and praying for reconciliation. As they learned to trust the Lord, He graciously revealed their own sin and restored their relationships.
As believers, we engage in Black History Month as an opportunity to learn and celebrate the unique contributions of our African-American brothers and sisters in American culture and in the spread of Christianity.
So often, we talk to kids about race in response to something negative that’s happened. Those conversations are absolutely critical, but we can also take time to celebrate people of different races and cultures more regularly, and one way to do that is around our kitchen tables.
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