How the Tour de France Is Teaching Me about Selflessness

How the Tour de France Is Teaching Me about Selflessness

Over the past few years, I’ve become a cycling enthusiast. This year, I’ve taken my enjoyment from going out for a ride to learning about the sport, its history, and the key players of today. As a result, I’ve been following the 2016 Le Tour de France closely. I’ve...

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The Monolithic Black Community and Frequently Asked Questions

The Monolithic Black Community and Frequently Asked Questions

A few weeks ago I tweeted: If you look at your Black friends, coworkers, writers etc. and think they can only contribute to race conversations, this is wrong and narrow. The tweet was met with a mix of both encouragement and confusion. Some people chimed in to simply...

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Valuing the Lives of All Mankind

Valuing the Lives of All Mankind

(Note from Trillia: Over the next few posts, I’ll have a small number of guests at my site sharing their thoughts, concerns, and prayers for our nation and, more specifically, the American church as we think through the recent shootings and the state of our nation....

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I Have Hope and Thank You!

I Have Hope and Thank You!

Dear Friends, This is not a blog post; it’s a letter. It’s not an “open letter” it’s just a letter to say thank you. Thank you for the countless texts, emails, notes, phone calls, Facebook messages and on and on; most of which have been written to simply tell me that...

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Ideas for (Cheap) Summer Fun

Ideas for (Cheap) Summer Fun

I grew up in Knoxville, TN, 45 minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It was a wonderful place to live, but after moving away I’ve realized that I didn’t take full advantage of the beauty around me. I went camping a handful of times, I hiked in the...

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Don’t Move On

Don’t Move On

(Note from Trillia: This week, I’ll feature a few of my friends as they share their perspective on the events over the past week. My hope and desire is to help us all grow in love and unity as we wrestle with the topic of racial harmony. Today’s guest is my dear...

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Is Racial Harmony a Black Issue?

Is Racial Harmony a Black Issue?

This past week found much of America mourning and grieving over the deaths of two Black men at the hands of police, both caught on video, and then the tragic death of five officers at the hands of a sniper. These shootings have left us asking the same questions I...

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Trillia Newbell is the author of Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves and United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity.

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