Willie McLaurin

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FIRST-PERSON: Living a life of significance

NASHVILLE (BP) – Sixty-five years ago this week on Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks – a 42-year-old seamstress and NAACP member – refused to give up her seat on a crowded city bus to make room for white passengers. She was arrested and jailed.

FIRST-PERSON: Lament, listen, love, lead

We cannot be silent about racism, Willie McLaurin says. We cannot be silent about injustice, and we cannot be silent about the Gospel that teaches that all racism is a sin.

FIRST-PERSON: Every church on mission

No matter the size of the congregation, every church has a responsibility to do its part in fulfilling the Great Commission, Willie McLaurin says.

FIRST-PERSON: How to manage social distancing fatigue

In most crises, we are accustomed to being inconvenienced for a few days or a few weeks, Willie McLaurin says. The real test of social distancing is now upon us. How do we maintain our sanity after Easter?

FIRST-PERSON: Healthy habits for pastors during COVID-19 culture

The coronavirus did not catch God by surprise, Willie McLaurin says. He lays out specific ways pastors can use this unusual time to "shape our lives for His glory."