There is a generation inside and outside the Church watching how we respond to human struggles perpetuated by racism in our communities. But these struggles aren’t only represented by what’s happening in the news—racism is historically significant in our theology and ministry practice as well. While some dismiss or elevate racism as part of a political agenda, there are a growing number of Christians who believe how we navigate justice and reconciliation will directly impact the faith of a generation. Join Albert Tate as he gives practical insights for examining how we see and understand each other so we can know how to love each other as Jesus called us to love.
*Live Spanish Interpretation Included