FRIDAY, MARCH 22 -- 7 PM
What is it like to live in someone else's shoes? In some ways we can never fully know the answer to that question but in other ways this is a central question for the Christian life. The Christian virtues of love and compassion demand that believers do their best to understand the situations of others and particularly those who are oppressed. Psalm 103:6 says, "The LORD works righteousness and justice for all who are oppressed." This evening is about trying to gain a greater understanding of the multitude of ways in which people of color are oppressed in the United States, and ways that White Christians practically can join the LORD in working for "righteousness and justice for all who are oppressed."
Our guest panelists include: