Unmasking the Unholy Beast of Racism within Church Walls

The issue of subconscious racism in The church leadership selection is a challenging one that requires careful examination and introspection. By considering the possibility of subconscious bias in their own church’s leadership selection process and challenging cultural and societal beliefs that may be contributing to unconscious biases, individuals can work towards creating a more inclusive and diverse church community.

Beyond Appearances: Prioritising Talent and Ability over Skin Colour in Church Settings

The church is supposed to be a place where all believers are welcome, regardless of race, ethnicity, or social status. However, the reality is that prejudice and discrimination still exist in many churches, often leading to the unfair treatment of certain individuals or groups. In particular, the issue of prejudice treatment can arise when a person’s giftings or talents are overlooked in favour of their skin colour.