Most of us would like to believe that in a moment we are called to make a stand on our principles, we would do it without hesitation. But can we say for certain we would act in accordance with what we believe when confronted with the risk of social alienation, ostracization from our friends and family, potential loss of a job, and the financial insecurity that comes with it?
That’s exactly what my guest, NBA star Jonathan Isaac, had to deal with when he decided to stand for the National Anthem when all of his teammates took a knee during the height of the Black Lives Matter movement and the George Floyd case. Today, we talk about his decision to do so, why people place labels on and attempt to dehumanize others, facing your fears by walking with Christ, the power of social media and group think, and becoming bold as lions.
Choosing to make a stand Loving each other the way that God loves us Highly emotional situations require restraint Hypocrisy in the faith Racism is cured by a change in someones heart The message often gets lost in a protest When God’s plan doesn’t align with our plan Staying in your lane while being authentic to yourself
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