The Unity and Diversity Discussion Held on the Gulf Coast: The Conversation the Father wants His children to have Part 2

A powerful answer to prayer has come about to begin a conversation. In Matthew 28:19, Jesus commands His disciples, “…go and make disciples of all nations…”. The nations are made up of all people, not one particular demographic, or ethnicity, or race. We are called to tell everybody, of every ethnicity about Jesus. For someone to look at the gathering of the church, the nations should be seen and reflected. In order for the church to win the nations to Jesus Christ, we must love and care about the nations as the heart of Jesus Christ would.
 

As the church in the Gulf Coast gathered in years past, one particular gathering stands out bringing an impactful context to this conversation. When the reality of racial profiling is addressed by leaders in the church with a willingness to repent and forgive the reality of it; the impact upon the body of Christ and the hearts of a people is stunningly profound. At the very same time of this precise gathering, impactful leaders were marching at the Mall in Washington D.C. addressing the same issue. God is into the balancing of scales of justice in a land and within the people He has created. In his own words, Rick Joyner shares how specific people groups have something special to offer an entire nation. The events that have unfolded in history regarding the first nation people have incredible implications that some may of never been aware of. Continue Reading…

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The Unity and Diversity Discussion Held on the Gulf Coast Part 2

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