"Hey, if this is what God has put in your heart, go after it with all that you are."
Instagram has designated videos of live worship on the streets to be in violation of community guidelines, calling the content "harmful."
The backlash has been pretty staunch.
Cindy Jacobs prophesied 30 years ago that if we didn't deal with racial bigotry and injustice in America, the streets would be stained with blood.
Where were the national protests following the deaths of Rice or Scott or Sterling or Castile?
"It is not enough, Christians, to say, 'Well, we love you, anyway,'" Sydney said. "I don't want to be 'loved anyway.'"
You have been forewarned.
"Everybody has certainly a right to peaceful protests, a right to their opinions."
It can be done, but it must be God's way.
May the true knowledge of God arise in these days so that the church may be an instrument of reconciliation and not division.
We definitely need some encouragement on issues like this.
The racism He confronted was between Jews, Samaritans and Gentiles.
It's going to hurt a lot of people, including those it was intended to help.
We are far from perfect. But we are hardly a country that is deeply divided by race.
The Lord gave this pastor a specific word about what to do.
Worship leader Sean Feucht responded online after several criticized him for holding revival meetings at a place where many are mourning.
This has been quite a 10-day stretch for transgender activism. What's next?
God is merciful and slow to anger, but we must stop confusing His patience with His approval.
I think his new book is both completely correct and misses the mark.
On Sunday during a conversation about race and the church, the Atlanta pastor suggested the phrase "white privilege" should be replaced by "white blessing."