Racism – The Church And The Nation

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From the earliest days of America, racism has been a prevailing issue. But on May 25, 2020, George Floyd’s death sparked a fresh fire in the tinderbox of American society.

As racial tensions continue to mount, Christians cannot remain on the sidelines. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called the church the conscience of the state. It is the duty of the people of God to maintain their prophetic edge, offering Heaven-inspired solutions to the crisis of our times.

In Racism, the Church and the Nation, Pastors Wayland Henderson, Chazdon Strickland, Dr. John Veal, and Ryan Johnson, each contribute timely insights on the Church’s critical role in racial reconciliation in today’s society.

It is time for every believer to take their Kingdom role in working towards reconciliation, healing, and Kingdom advancement in our society today.

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From the earliest days of America, racism has been a prevailing issue. But on May 25, 2020, George Floyd’s death sparked a fresh fire in the tinderbox of American society.

As racial tensions continue to mount, Christians cannot remain on the sidelines. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called the church the conscience of the state. It is the duty of the people of God to maintain their prophetic edge, offering Heaven-inspired solutions to the crisis of our times.

In Racism, the Church and the Nation, Pastors Wayland Henderson, Chazdon Strickland, Dr. John Veal, and Ryan Johnson, each contribute timely insights on the Church’s critical role in racial reconciliation in today’s society.

It is time for every believer to take their Kingdom role in working towards reconciliation, healing, and Kingdom advancement in our society today.

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