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AC / May 22, 2017
First Wednesday

By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. (John 13:35) If you’ve been keeping up with […]

Perhaps “Racist” Should be an Adjective, Not a Noun

Craig St. John / August 10, 2016
Gospel, Lament, Police, Race

By Veronica Carrillo As a fair-skinned, white-looking Latina, I have the unfortunate privilege of being an audience for openly racist comments about other […]

RightNow Media Shows for Families

Craig St. John / July 23, 2016
RightNow Media

By Caitlin Anderson If you attend Redemption and have not yet utilized RightNow Media, you are missing out. As a mom of four […]

Finding the Gospel of Reconciliation in the Inner City

Craig St. John / July 22, 2016
Inner City, Lament, Police, Race

Alton Sterling. Philando Castile. Charles Kinsey Lorne Ahrens. Michael Krol. Michael J. Smith. Brent Thompson. Patrick Zamarripa. Men created imago Dei—in the image […]

Law Enforcement and the Gospel

Craig St. John / July 15, 2016
Lament, Police, Race

Alton Sterling. Philando Castile. Lorne Ahrens. Michael Krol. Michael J. Smith. Brent Thompson. Patrick Zamarripa. Men created imago Dei—in the image of God. […]

Lebron James and Northeast Ohio: Reflections on Forgiveness and the Gospel

Craig St. John / June 29, 2016
Forgiveness

By Riccardo Stewart First, I have to start with a huge disclaimer: Lebron James (though called “King James”) is not Jesus. So it […]

Redemption in Broken

Craig St. John / February 17, 2016
Black History Month

The following is a poem and further reflection on being a black man in a mostly white church by Spencer Aubrey, in honor […]

This is My Skin

Craig St. John / February 10, 2016
Black History Month

The following poem is by Jordan Williams, in honor of Black History Month. Please read, reflect, share, discuss, and rejoice in the array […]