Missions as a Bridge to Racial Unity

Local Church Missions Advanced | Workshop Set 1

Wednesday, September 28, 2022 15:45 PM

Description

Primary Audience Pastors, missionaries, DEI practitioners, and those confused by the race issue Description Is race an issue for the Great Commission? Or is it a distraction to the progress of the Gospel ?

This workshop will explore drivers to racial conflict and possible bridges to building a church culture that thrives in the midst of political unrest to unite believers in accomplishing the Great Commission.

Participants will learn: What pitfalls to avoid How and why the Kingdom is the only answer Practical ways to build bridges, not barriers

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Presenters

Adrian Reeves

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