Racism has always been divisive factor in human society and the church has been no exception. Whether its the Jewish vs. Gentile divide of the first century church or today's American church with its widespread segregation, racism remains a major issue for the people of God to deal with. But if it has been a plague to the body of Christ for millennia what hope is there that we can actually overcome it? We take a look at a pivotal chapter in the book of Acts where God deals with the racism of his people.
As the new year begins we often have a desire to change for the better. One of God's great promises to us in scripture is that God himself is actively working to change us, but God's work goes deeper than eating better or increasing our savings, God's transformation works at our very core.