During September 2020, Bishop Mike Lowry and Dr. Clifton Howard hosted an online "Brown Bag Book Study" each Wednesday during the lunch hour (11:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m) on the book Be the Bridge by Latasha Morrison.
In John's Gospel, Jesus tell us, "Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." (John 8:32 CEB) The truths discussed in Latasha Morrison's book Be the Bridge: Pursuing God's Heart for Racial Reconciliation are, at times, very painful. However, by facing these truths, we can become free. Ms. Morrison invites readers to use the biblical principles of lamentation, confession and forgiveness to overcome racial division and end systemic racism. Be the Bridge is a fantastic resource to help Christ followers reevaluate all that we think and believe about race and beome bridge builders committed to pursuing justice and promoting racial healing in light of the Gospel.
Replays of each session are available below for viewing and/or downloading if you were unable to attend one of more of the sessions or are interested in using the videos in a Sunday School Class or other small group setting.
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Session Replay Videos
Click on the players below to view. To download the video, click on the title below each video to go the conference Vimeo page. The slides from each session are also available for download by clicking on "Download SLIDES here" links.
Be the Bridge is more than just an excellent book - it is a movement designed to help people become authentic racial bridge-builders. Visit BeTheBridge.com for Group Resources, videos, info on how to join in the movement and more.
The Brown Bag Discussions were held via the Zoom Meeting platform.
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Visit the CTC's End Racism In Our Lifetime webpage for information, action steps and resources you and your church can take to help acheive the conference's goal of ending systemic racism in our lifetime.