Unto Us

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Isaiah 9:6 contains the famous words, “Unto us a child is born. Unto us a son is given.” The question we are asking as we approach Christmas 2020 is… “Who is us?” As you look at your church, who is “us”? As you look at your neighborhood, who is “us”? As you look at our country, who is “us”? As you look at the world in the midst of a pandemic, who is “us”? The […]

Is One Language or Style Enough?

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I like to say that I am browner on the inside than I am on the outside. My family history goes back to Germany, France and the UK, but we Davises have been living in the United States for at least 100 years. When I talk about my cultural identity, I say that I am White American. Like the cheese. But, I also say that I am Dominican. Because I grew up in the Dominican […]