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Racial Reconciliation: A History, A Biblical Perspective, and A Response

On Saturday, April 1, 2017, we hosted a spring Training Day. Four classes were offered, including: Same Love?, Racial Reconciliation, The 7 "I Am" Sayings of Jesus, and How to Not Let Control Take Control. Below is a description of the Racial Reconciliation class. Have you ever wondered what the Bible says about race and diversity? Have you sometimes wondered what the Church’s role should be in racial reconciliation? This class will answer these questions and many more as we look at the history of the American Church and racism, discuss Biblical passages which speak to race and diversity, and offer a chance to engage with a panel about issues affecting minorities today.

Nika Spaulding, Oscar Castillo, Christy Chermak, Jason McPhaulApr 1, 2017

Messages In This Series (10)
Leadership Essentials
John CoxJul 14, 2018
Answering the Big End Times Questions
Bobby CrottyJul 14, 2018
Walking Beside Loved Ones Who Struggle with Same Sex Attraction
Wes Chick, Hope HarrisNov 4, 2017
Re:Work
Brett Bradshaw, Ryan WallNov 4, 2017
Life in Christ: A Look at the Book of Ephesians
Blake Holmes, Nathan WagnonNov 4, 2017
Feminine or Feminist: Does God’s design mean we have to choose?
Christy Chermak, Ann Daly, Kirby WagnerNov 4, 2017
The 7 “I Am” Sayings of Jesus
James Romero, Leigh Ann ThompsonApr 1, 2017
Same Love? Understanding What the Bible Teaches about Human Sexuality
Nathan WagnonApr 1, 2017
Racial Reconciliation: A History, A Biblical Perspective, and A Response
Nika Spaulding, Oscar Castillo, Christy Chermak, Jason McPhaulApr 1, 2017
How to Not Let Control Take Control
Gigi Hornberger, Brittney MickunasApr 1, 2017