For too long black Christians have been begging for a place at the table of a largely white shaped evangelicalism. Seeking what has often felt like scraps of recognition and affirmation from those at the table. Or alternatively have had to compromise so much of who they are in order to get a seat at the table.

But what if we built new, inclusive tables. Tables where it was ok to be black. Tables where it was ok to talk about both a gospel which embraced both salvation and justice. One such movement doing that is the Living Legacy movement a place where young black Christian creatives – musicians, writers, rappers can be unashamedly black, tell black stories using their own mediums and measures. David and John are joined by the founder of Living Legacy Luxolo Kentane to speak more about these issues.

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