If we want to make an impression on the watching world, then we need to start tearing down the barriers of our own judgmental hearts and start truly coming to grips with the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. We need to reorient our thinking as Christian leaders on all sides of the ethnic and socioeconomic divide. Whether we live in a mansion or a tin shack, we need to reach out to God and ask Him to clean up the impossible sin and judgmentalism of our own lives. All of us, without exception, will stand before the judgment seat of Christ (2 Cor. 5:10). So any thought and discussion on this should be done with an attitude of mutual repentance—regardless of ethnicity, social standing, and employment history.