Our nation and our churches are broken and divided along ethno-racial lines. The church must be a credible witness to the reconciling power of the cross of Jesus Christ along all lines that divide. Here are some highlights from the 3-day racial reconciliation track facilitated by Inés Velasquez-McBryde and Bobby Harrison at the Whitworth Ministry […]
On May 22 Inés participated in a panel discussion at the PushPay Summit in Dallas, TX on how to nurture a multi-ethnic community. The panelists included: Mark DeYmaz (Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas), Michael Erisman (Pushpay Chief People Officer), and Inés.
Our nation and our churches are broken and divided along ethno-racial lines. The church must be a credible witness to the reconciling power of the cross of Jesus Christ along all lines that divide. The objectives of this racial reconciliation track, led by Inés Velasquez-McBryde and Bobby Harrison, are four-fold: To provide attendees with working […]
On December 30, 2017, Fuller Seminary held a Story Table on seeking justice, hosted by President Mark Labberton, in Pasadena, California. This was a sacred conversation asking the question, “What does it take to live a life that seeks and sustains doing justice, to seek the right ordering of power for the sake of everyone?”
I want to share the powerful message given last week at our church (Fellowship Monrovia). Pastor Michael Field breaks it down plainly how God through Christ has broken down dividing walls, walls that divide us individually to God and also to one another. The work on the cross (made of two beams) was not just […]