T. G. Johnson (Kerala, India)
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The psalmist wrote, “I remembered my songs in the night.” - Psalm 77:6 (NIV)
My wife, Mercy, lay on the hospital bed, struggling with severe pain as cancer cells spread through her body. Even then she enjoyed hearing and singing Christian songs. She rested her head on the table near the bed as she listened to her music. She also prayed for her fellow...
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The role of the prophet is twofold; one, to speak with power and secondly to speak to power. This work on anti-racism does both of those things. The videos, writings and resources are powerful representations of what grace and justice sound like and the orators and writers who approach this work do so with a conviction deeply rooted in gospel. These women and men help us reimagine a prophetic voice in a time such as this. This work is needed.”
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