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Editor Note: This is a really good introductory lesson on the church and racial reconciliation.

There are race issues in our society. We may have varying viewpoints on the cause and extent of these issues, but it’s obvious that racial tension and injustice still exists. There is also a problem with how the church is handling race issues, and the problem is that the church has been taking its cues from the world. We are allowing the world to inform us on what we should think. We passionately defend our positions, refuse to hear anyone else’s heart, and we apply a disparaging label to anyone that dares to disagree with us. We cannot take our cues from the world on how to act and react.

This one-off message and video challenge the church to do our part in racial reconciliation by hearing people who are hurting and humbly putting ourselves aside to care for them.

This Resource Includes:
• Intro video setting up the topic
• Full message manuscript and PowerPoint
• Small Group questions
• Title and Blank graphics for PowerPoint

Please, Hear Me

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A one-off message and video that challenge the church to do our part in racial reconciliation.
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Jeff is the Associate and Youth Pastor at Kalamazoo Community Church, in Kalamazoo, MI. He has been married to his wife Sarah since they were both 19 years old, a fact parents of students wish he would keep to himself. Together, they have two sons: Jakob and Jaxon.

Sarah Selph

Sarah has volunteered in youth ministry for nearly 20 years. She currently serves part-time in her church's youth group, co-directs the children's ministry, and is a full-time student at Purdue Global University pursuing a Marketing degree. Sarah has been happily married for 19 years and is a blessed mother of two beautiful boys.

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