Tag Archives: Racism

Ours is not a Tribal God

Today, despite all modern sophistications, we are returning to the age of tribalism just as savage as any in the former, barbarian ages. Bitter rivalries between ideological, political, gender, racial, ethnic, national, social, economic, cultural tribes are defining our days. … Continue reading

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How to Respond to a Coup

How to Respond to a Coup, Lisa Sharon Harper’s Kitchen Table conversation. Lisa Sharon Harper (Freedom Road) and Tihomir Kukolja (Leadership Focus International) share a honest and engaging conversation about the current insurgence in the US, signs pointing to its … Continue reading

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A Painful and Sobering Reflection

A slightly upgraded version of my message shared yesterday on my Facebook page. For more than fifteen years I have been privileged to lead a leadership development and reconciliation ministry that continues to teach the young leaders of the Balkans … Continue reading

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Followers of Jesus are Not Tribal Christians

Being a follower of Jesus is not like being a fan of Jesus who likes to pick and choose those parts of Jesus’ identity that appeal to him/her the most. Following Jesus means much more than liking Him, or being … Continue reading

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