Starlette McNeill

Starlette McNeill

Starlette McNeill is associate pastor at Village Baptist Church in Bowie, Md. She is also a wife, stay-at-home mother and blogger who writes on race and its intersections with faith at www.racelessgospel.com.

MACBF’s ‘net’ widens to include a full- time coordinator

A reminder that we’re valued.

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The busybody of Christ

Of course, we love God. We come to church, don’t we?

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Christ’s body camera

Would it capture a true view of the church?

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Christ’s body image

We have nipped our doctrines and tucked away our history to hide our age in hopes of connecting.

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There’s no danger in raising questions

Too often, the church is seen as allergic to them.

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Have no fear

For many of us, fear has been normalized.

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The race problem: when you’re tired of eating elephant

Some of us are all too familiar with the taste.

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The race talk

Unless we have it, there will be another city, victim, debate and comparison to be made.

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Praying for George Zimmerman

Believers who view George Zimmerman as an enemy must choose to love their enemy.

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The most segregated hour

Martin Luther King’s comment about 11 o’clock on Sunday morning being the most segregated hour of Christian America is often quoted, but those who employ it seldom ask why.

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