By Gabrielle Garay | email@example.com Regina Jackson felt a call in her life 15 years ago. At first, it was a low whisper that grew louder and louder. The unshakeable feeling kept nudging at Jackson. “No,” she thought to herself. “This isn’t right. This isn’t for…
Joan Brown Campbell’s recent speech on religious tolerance proved timelier than ever when a NFL referee penalized a player for performing a Muslim prayer on the field the same night.
As an avid football fan, I was surprised to see the media’s reaction to the first openly gay player, Michael Sam. Honestly, I didn’t think it deserved that much attention. Last time I checked, most football fans don’t care about the love life of the players.
Through by appearance I fit in with the all African American congregation, I’m an outsider in faith.