Sunday, Feb. 11, is designated as Racial Reconciliation Day across the Southern Baptist Convention. Why is this important for your church in your local community? At the core, this is a gospel issue. America is scarred by a racial divide that is devastatingly persistent, and the only pathway to reconciliation is the Cross of Jesus. Government, politics, and education are incapable of doing what only the gospel can. Racial division is a spiritual evil with only one antidote, Jesus Christ himself. So why a particular day and what should be done? To read more of this article by SCBC President Marshall Blalock, click here.
Source: The Baptist Courier. Article written by Marshall Blalock.