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3 Barriers to reconciliation

In her first post It’s not about race, it’s about the gospel Puseletso Kobedi describes her background and the context from which she writes; which have led to her conviction to open the conversation about three issues which she believes gets in the way of the gospel. Here are three barriers that she feels prevents South African Christians from being true agents of reconciliation: 1)Black Inferiority Black inferiority is me thinking that by virtue of being black, I’m [...]

It’s not about race, it’s about the gospel

This is the first post of two blogs, based on a talk given by Puseletso Kobedi at the REACH SA National Women in Ministry Conference in June 2018. I think it’s only fair that if I’m going to speak about race, I should speak from what I know, from my experience. I am not speaking for all black people. I am a 29-year-old, middle-class woman. I grew up in Welkom, and as soon as I tell people that, [...]

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