Privilege

This list includes every page tagged with "Privilege."

  • By Elizabeth Nguyen
    From WorshipWeb
    What matters more is that we are willing to live our lives in the shape of what is being asked, not hope that what we are asked to do will fit the shape of our lives.
  • By Misha Sanders
    From Braver/Wiser
    Can we strive to have the grace to back away when our presence doesn’t feel like safety?
  • By Denise Cawley
    From WorshipWeb
    Love our Earth. Take action to consume less, use less energy and respect water.
  • By Rayla D. Mattson
    From Braver/Wiser
    Traditions and habits can be changed or broken and that’s not always bad. It doesn’t mean we didn’t learn or like what we did in the past, it just means that we moved on to something else and that’s okay too.
  • By Brittany Packnett
    From WorshipWeb
    You can’t be prejudiced, racist, sexist, or homophobic. After all, you belong to this faith. You don’t carry pitchforks and march with the...
  • By Nathan Ryan
    From Braver/Wiser
    Last year for Lent, I decided to say yes to any request. I made it all the way to Easter without having to honor my decision.
  • By DeReau K. Farrar
    From WorshipWeb
    When I was in middle school, I was taught that every person, to some extent, holds a set of prejudices that impact our perceptions of...
  • By Seanan R. Holland
    From Braver/Wiser
    In the moment that I switched to “teacher mode,” I recalled moments in which I had inadvertently said ungracious things. I was fortunate enough to have professors, ministers, and friends illuminate my clumsiness for me. They did so in a way that was gracious enough that it increased my appreciation and respect for them, and clear enough that I will never forget the teaching.
  • By Brando Skyhorse, Lisa Page
    From Beacon Press
    Why do people pass? Fifteen writers reveal their experiences with passing-including racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, gender, and...
  • By Rosemary Bray McNatt
    From WorshipWeb
    Most married women fret about a tardy husband: black women like myself worry more.