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MarcAlanSchelske.com - Life at the intersection of Grace and Growth. MarcAlanSchelske.com Life at the intersection of Grace and Growth. Home New? Start here Books About Speaking Archives I’m sorry for the Racist past (and present) of the Church. Most of you already know that I write in two places. Here, I write about spiritual growth for followers of Jesus. But over at the Oregonian / OregonLive I write to a wider community, here in Portland. I’m in a series that starts with apologies, but is really about a more positive vision for the church’s impact in society. In this 5th post in that series, I highlight one of the biggest shames of the church–our racist past (and sometimes present.) This is much different material than you’ll find here, but I share it in the hopes that it might be helpful. Here’s a excerpt. In a recent Facebook post, I shared sadness and shock at a flagrantly racist statement made by a public official. I commented that I didn’t think any Christian could support such a thing. An old acquaintance took issue. She wrote back, “I appreciate your rejection of this opinion. However, I don’t think you can honestly be shocked…” She continued, “Christianity has been used to justify genocide, slavery and systemic oppression of the poor since this country began. It’s disappointing and heartbreaking but hardly shocking…” Reading her words, I felt defensiveness rising in me, but nothing she said was untrue. Christians of all stripes have too often used scripture and cultural authority to oppress, even harm people of color. The commenter’s closing words were sharp. “…we might be better off dealing with the fact that racism is part of the lifeblood of the white Christian experience rather than lamenting the overt nature of the reveal.” Ouch. Many Christians are not racists. There are congregations who have built bridges toward racial healing. There have almost always been Christian voices raised up in the face of exploitation and prejudice. And yet… She wasn’t Wrong. Click through to read the rest. How a Writer’s Mastermind Group Reminded me of What I Needed Most. 8 minutes September holds enormous excitement for me. Why? Because I’ll fulfill a long-held dream. A book I’ve written, a book I believe will help many people, will be on bookshelves all over the country. I can hardly believe I’m fortunate enough to have this incredible opportunity. But September is six months away. That intervening space is filled with stress for me. Why? Because I’ve never been here before. Between now and September, there are all kinds of things I’m supposed to do to give my book the very best chance of reaching the most people, and I have no idea what I’m doing. You may not be a writer, and yet I think you probably relate to this emotional experience. You have a journey you need to take into unfamiliar territory. The uncertainty and the risk bring up fear. I had an experience this past weekend that taught me an important piece of wisdom for those moments. There is one thing you should do when you’re walking a new path without a map. This one thing transforms the journey. [Read more…] I’m sorry for not really being pro-life. Here’s the next installment of my series over at the Oregonian/OregonLive site. Here at www.MarcAlanSchelske.com, I write about spiritual growth from the perspective of a follower of Jesus for folks already committed to personal growth. At OregonLive I write to people in the wider community, addressing how my faith perspective intersects questions and issues that are very much in the current consciousness. This is the 4th post in a series about ways I believe the church has stepped away from the path of Jesus. Some of this is a bit more political than what I write here, perhaps even more controversial, but it represents important conversations I’m having with people inside and outside the church. Here’s a excerpt of this post. …I was a pastor. That meant I was against abortion. I am also an adopted kid, born to a young woman who didn’t expect to get pregnant and had no support for raising a child. I felt I had a personal stake in the conversation. My birth mother could have chosen abortion. The issue seemed stark and clear. Abortion was taking a life. People who supported abortion, the women who had abortions, well, they were wrong. End of discussion. But that wasn’t the end. Over the years of pastoring, I got an inside view of the lives of real people in their darkest places. Witnessing the real stories of these people shook my certainty. I began to see that the topic of abortion was deeply interwoven with a wide variety of issues I had never considered. Click through to read the rest. These 4 Questions Reveal the Difference Between Religious Busyness and Spiritual Growth. Series: The Case for Christian Personal Growth Hey Christian, Personal Growth is not Optional! What’s God’s purpose for personal growth? Four fears that will keep you from growing. Is Self-Help Christian? These 4 Questions Reveal the Difference Between Religious Busyness and Spiritual Growth. 9 minutes One recent winter morning, I headed out to my car to warm it up. A series of unexpectedly harsh ice and snow storms had taken Portland by surprise. Most of us were not prepared or equipped. That morning I was wearing my Chuck Taylors. They are my favorite shoes, but they are not known for their traction. Sliding around my ice-covered driveway, gripping the side mirror of my car, I realized I might have picked the wrong shoes for the day ahead of me. Chuck Taylors have many different qualities as shoes. They’re light, fun, and colorful. They trigger the right amount of nostalgia. They communicate a certain fashion aesthetic (If you’re not clear, that aesthetic is “I’m Not Entirely a Fan of This Adulting Thing.”) But no matter how comfortable I am with them, they are not the shoes for ice and snow. There’s a life lesson here: One of the reasons we often don’t get the results we want in life is because we’ve chosen the wrong tools for the job. We often choose the wrong tools because we don’t think clearly about the nature of our tools. This is also true for personal and spiritual growth. [Read more…] I’m Sorry for Not Caring for the Environment. Now that the holidays are past, I’m continuing my series over at the Oregonian. A quick update for new readers. Here at this blog, I write about spiritual growth from the perspective of a follower of Jesus. The audience here is primarily people who already follow Jesus, and are already committed to personal growth. The Oregonian is a newspaper in here Portland, and OregonLive is their online outlet. I was invited to write as a community faith leader, and there I am writing to a bit of a different audience. I’m writing there to people in the wider community, addressing how my faith perspective intersects questions and issues that are very much in the current consciousness. I’m presently 3 posts into a series about ways I believe the church has stepped away f...

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