One Place Where Christians Should Begin Nurturing Racial Justice

One Place Where Christians Should Begin Nurturing Racial Justice August 12, 2016

Jesus held children dear to his heart. The Faith and Education Coalition believes that we as Christians are required to do no less, especially since we as adults continue to reveal the existing racial division and tension . Where can we begin to end the division and ease the tension that seek to tear our communities apart? It begins with our children. Dr. Andrea Ramirez and Nicole Baker Fulgham share their thoughts.

[Girien Salazar, Deputy Director of the Faith and Education Coalition-NHCLC]

 

In a season of heightened racial tensions, Christians across our nation are grieving violence and death across many communities. Church leaders are re-examining their role in bringing peace, hope and justice to their communities.

The peace and love of Christ is surely the antidote for the evil that turns God’s human creation against one another on the basis of race, income or zip code. So where can we begin to build bridges rather than walls? Let’s start with…Read entire article, “One Place Where Christians Should Begin Nurturing Racial Justice” here:  http://www.christianpost.com/news/one-place-where-christians-should-begin-nurturing-racial-justice-167740/

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