The Four Hermanos: The key to racial reconciliation
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In this episode, we’re talking with four men of different ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds who are modeling a radically different approach to one of the most difficult issues facing our generation in the church: racial reconciliation.
Instead of approaching reconciliation as a program that seeks to navigate political waters or resolve historical inequities, these “Four Hermanos” are unpacking the idea that believers are one in Christ, regardless of our differences and divisions. They have become intentional about pursuing personal relationship as the means of reconciliation because, in truth, our broken world can only be reconciled one relationship at a time. You will find their proof of concept in the love, joy, and laughter you hear in this episode.
We hope you will listen closely and decide to follow their model: Look around for someone God has placed in your circle — where you live, work, and play — and strike up a conversation that will give you an opportunity to listen to their story and ask questions to better help you understand what their life is like. Gospel transformation flows naturally through the lines of deep friendship.
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