INTERVIEW: Kimberly Cash Tate
She discusses her book “More Christian Than African-American /And Other Ways Jesus Turned My Life Upside Down”; how Christianity and how being in Christ saved her from the idolatry of racism, of exalting her “race” above everything. As she has said
“For 27 years I lived, moved, and had my being in blackness….But God let me know that He had saved me, raised me, and seated me in heavenly places (Eph. 2:4-6).”
She adds, re: being in Christ:
“That’s where the power was. That’s where the strength was. That’s where the blessings were. Why walk in an earthly identity when I could walk in a higher one, one that had been reserved for me before the foundation of the world, one that was eternal? When I began to understand this truth, my walk with God soared beyond measure.”
The book is available through Amazon.com.