A Small Action Can Yield Big Results in Addressing Racial Reconciliation
"The God of the nations is writing his story. In this time and age, he is sending all kinds of people to all kinds of places."
"It’s less about proving you're right or wrong, and more about seeing others draw closer to the unconditional love of Jesus."
"Our first action before reaching for Twitter or Facebook should be to prayerfully reflect on the causes behind these reactions."
Albert Tate, lead pastor of Fellowship Monrovia in Southern California, talks personal authenticity in leadership.
“Developing a racially and ethnically diverse team must not be done for the sake of being done, but with the mission of God in mind.”
"This movement to open up the church to diversity is the visual expression of what happens when God heals our land."
"Churches maintaining all-white uniformity are vying for ever-larger pieces of a shrinking pie."
Rich Stearns: "We cannot mince words in condemning all forms of hatred in our country."
Faculty are equipped to consider how their disciplines need to be taught considering the growing diversity in North America.