Racial Reconciliation the Local Church: Called 2 Action Radio

called2action-logo-1It is always to join Steve Noble on Called 2 Action Radio.  I never know what he is going to ask next.  Steve and I chatted by phone about the multicultural church on May 12th.  The dialogue up being a good introduction to the conversation about the gospel and racial reconciliation.  Click this link to hear Steve and I’s conversation. Enjoy.

 

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A Seminarian I Deeply Respect

Women's LifeIn honor of Black History Month, the Women’s Life Office at Southeastern Seminary facilitates an annual blog series that features the writings of Southeastern students, staff, faculty and friends.  Last year I wrote a piece reintroducing Phillis Wheatley to our seminary family and this year I’ve written a piece encouraging a “seminarian that I deeply respect,” namely the women on Southeastern’s campus.  Click here to read the piece.

Southeastern Hosts Community Dialogue on Racial Reconciliation

16264361829_3f4762657e_oLast month I was honored to emcee a dialogue on racial reconciliation that was organized by the Town of Wake Forest and hosted by Southeastern Seminary.  In the wake of the Michael Brown and Eric Garner incidents, the goal of the event was to begin an ongoing community dialogue that would strengthen relationships along the lines of difference.

15828103984_92fa09f4c1_oThe event featured Mayor Vivian Jones, Rev. Enoch Holloway, Rev. Leon Harris, former Assistant Superintendent Darryl Fisher, and Rev. Kenneth Steigler.

For an extended press release from Southeastern click here.

To watch the event online click here.

To view photos from the event click here.