All Resources on Racial Harmony

The Ethics of Interracial Marriage

Racial Harmony Session 5

Sermons

by John Piper

Five arguments that are used to oppose interracial marriage and responses to counteract them.

The Meaning and Significance of Race, Part 2

Racial Harmony Session 4

Sermons

by John Piper

Does the biological triviality of the differences between races mean that race is theologically and socially insignificant? 

Why Deal With Racial Issues?

Racial Harmony Session 1

(Wednesday Evening Message)

Sermons

by John Piper

How and Why Bethlehem Pursues Ethnic Diversity

Articles

by John Piper

Is it okay for a church to prefer minorities when looking for pastors and elders?

The Spring of Persistent Public Love

Marking the Two-Hundredth Anniversary of the Abolition of Legal Slave Trading in Britain

(A Sermon on Martin Luther King Weekend)

Matthew 7:7-12

Sermons

by John Piper

Marking the two-hundredth anniversary of the abolition of legal slave trading in Britain.

Stereotypes, Generalizations, and Racism

Articles

by John Piper

What is the difference between a stereotype and a generalization? Is either racist?

Every Race to Reign and Worship

Racial Harmony Sunday

Revelation 5:8-14

Sermons

by John Piper

By gathering his redeemed from all the races of the earth, God undercuts ethnocentric pride and throws us back on free grace.

Melvin Brown, Community Ambassador for Bethlehem

Articles

by John Piper

One small step our church is taking toward diversity and unity in the body of Christ.

Racial Reconciliation

Unfolding Bethlehem's Fresh Initiative #3

(Racial Harmony Sunday)

Acts 17:26

Sermons

by John Piper

Let us be the salt and the light of our hostile and fearful society with courageous acts of inter-racial kindness and respect.

Interracial Marriage: Celebrating and Serving Diversity in Christ

Articles

by John Piper

In Christ ethnic differences are not barriers. Rather, they are blessings that visibly express the glory of the gospel.

Sin, Civil Rights, and Missions

Articles

by John Piper

It is impossible to mistreat someone because of their race if you are as broken before God and dependent on his mercy as you should be.

Race and Cross

Racial Harmony Sunday

Ephesians 2:11-22

Sermons

by John Piper