It seems there is a trend, as of late, towards committing violence, threatening violence, destroying the livelihood of, and speaking with hate towards white people and especially straight white males. It only increases towards white Christians. While the majority of Baptist churches take a strong stand, at least in word, against racism, in the United States it has historically referred to racism towards non-whites. I am curious to find out if your church is addressing this and if so, how. With the rapid growth of this issue, pastors and counselors will soon be faced with more members seeking advice on how to handle the problems they are facing because of their race. Has anyone seen this yet? Is there a plan on how to advise? Do you think people will come for help, or do too many believe that it's not discrimination when it happens to a white person?