Prayer will be perpetually offered to God requesting wisdom and divine aid for the multi-generational fulfillment of the Great Commandment (John 17:1-26; love and unity) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28: 18-20). We will have periodic gatherings of Christian interdenominational and multi-ethnic believers to lift up specific prayer points. This will be accompanied by periodic voluntary engagement in transparent, honest, frank, civil and Godly dialogue; the implementation of plans of action to confront, overcome and resolve destructive views, values, convictions, preferences and practices (like racism, sexism, age-ism, etc.) that divide the Lord’s Church, misrepresent Jesus Christ, defame God’s creation and hinder the fulfillment of the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.
Bridge To Peace by Bishop Angel NunezThe Multi-Cultural & Multi-ethnic Prayer Movement is sponsored by the Bilingual Christian Church and is meant to unify every race, culture, men and women of God in prayer.
Pastor John Jenkins - Church Reconciliation
Racial Reconciliation between the churches can be done. Cultivate relationships, seek out those of different races, and focus on diversity.
Pastor James Garlow Skyline Church
Pastor James Garlow - Skyline Church discusses his Racial Reconciliation and the Church
The Power of Prayer
Prayer at it's basis is communication and communing with God. Prayer is where we take our authority and give God a legal right into the affairs of men. Prayer changes... Read More