Martin Luther King Jr. said, "It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o'clock on Sunday morning." Is this still true?

On December 1st, 2014, We held an honest and healthy discussion about racial reconciliation in the Church. Why is racial reconciliation difficult? What part have we all played in this divide? How has the gospel called us to respond? 

We hosted a  round-table discussions on the topic, run additional questions by a panel of diverse Christian leaders, and closed by praying for God's guidance.


The panelists:

TREY HILL | FOUNDER OF MERCY STREET

EDWIN ROBINSON | YOUNG ADULT PASTOR AT CONCORD CHURCH

LORENZO ELIZONDO | SENIOR PASTOR OF LIFEPOINT CHURCH

DR. BARANDA FERMIN | SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR AT UNT-DALLAS

SUJO JOHN | 9/11 SURVIVOR & EVANGELIST


Here is the audio from the evening. Feel free to download it to listen on your phone or another device at your convenience.

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