Gracious Conversations About Race And Reconciliation

Gracious Conversations About Race And Reconciliation

Our series continues with a conversation with Dr. John Perkins, one of the leading evangelical voices to come out of the American civil rights movement and the author of the book “One Blood.” All are welcome to join the VanHorns and pastor Andy Wilson on Zoom at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18, to watch the taped interview followed by an open dialogue.


Watch the  conversation HERE 


We are so glad to announce our "Gracious Conversations about Race and Reconciliation" are back this week! This time we will share contemporary and historical views of race, discussing protests today along with the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

Clips from the documentary Citizen King will be shared during the Conversations. The documentary is based on the last five years of Martin Luther King’s life.  Martin’s late wife, Coretta, is known to say that this film was her favorite view of Martin’s work. You can watch the whole film prior to or after the Conversations on YouTube using this link:

 

Tuesday, September 15 - Carleigh Fernandez, Grace McAuley, and Whitney and Brycen Hicklin will join Phil and Lecia Van Horn for a discussion. 

Watch the  conversation HERE

Wednesday, September 16 - Darrell Fernandez, Karen McAuley, and Sharon and Dave De Paoli will team up with Phil and Lecia Van Horn. 

Watch the  conversation HERE 

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Eric Joseph currently leads a diversity initiative at Arizona State University, along with past programs for the FBI, CIA, and USPS. A Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar, Eric holds five degrees including two doctorates from Biola University.  Eric is part of our Wednesday morning men’s ministry and is Lecia’s cousin.

Brittany Morey teaches at UC Irvine’s Public Health Department with an emphasis on racial/ethnic health, structural racism and immigration.  She holds three degrees including a Ph.D. from UCLA. Brittany and her family live in Eagle Rock.

This is the start of a new LCPC series of talks, suggested reading and viewing, and community programs on Christian racial reconciliation.  

Watch the 1st conversation HERE

Watch the 2nd conversation HERE