How Our Churches Can Confront Racism and Injustice - Shared screen with speaker view
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"to be leveraged for others" that was good
they have minoritized here :)
Alfredo - where is that?
Here in the US
that's so true
Poor Selma. :( It still makes me sad that they closed,
when did it close? I didn't know that!
Be part of the LWML and you will get to know many people of various ethnic backgrounds!
A few years ago.
just checked. 2018 sorry
that's a shame -
I used Al Gore's internet to find out
Paul - LOL
WHAT A LINE-if they're not at the table, they're on the menu...oof
A great line indeed
Nothing about them without them
Yes - He wants people to assimilate that haha - it's in a couple of his videos :)
That's a great analogy by Matt
I made a goal to develop relationships with several African American friends the last few years. I asked one of these friends to mentor and coach me on his experience as a black man growing up on the south side of Chicago. I attended his mega-church with him last year with 5000 worshipers. I was one of 10 or so white people. What a learning experience! We sometimes make this too hard. It's really about connecting with others different then you and listening to their story. I still am learning and have a long way to go on my journey.
that is a wonderful image - an eternal, transcendent, heavenly tribe
My wife was at that LCEF webinar and was messaging during it. I had to finish VBS recording quickly to join asap
I’ve been saying a lot of Amens out loud!
11 But when Cephas came to Antioch, I opposed him to his face, because he stood condemned. 12 For before certain men came from James, he was eating with the Gentiles; but when they came he drew back and separated himself, fearing the circumcision party.[a] 13 And the rest of the Jews acted hypocritically along with him, so that even Barnabas was led astray by their hypocrisy. 14 But when I saw that their conduct was not in step with the truth of the gospel, I said to Cephas before them all, “If you, though a Jew, live like a Gentile and not like a Jew, how can you force the Gentiles to live like Jews?”
Don’t apologize this was great
No need to be sorry! This was excellent! Thank you!
Can we view in “gallery view”? So we can see both speakers?
What a great question!
I hear a lot about the racist history of the LCMS. How should we respond to this?
YES! ON THE SONGS!
Amen! Catholic church
AMEN! Yes! Worship!
Deaconess Linda Seward
yes Celtic music!
as long as it isn't country ;)
Inclusion needs to be in the little things and not just the grand gestures
Good music is GOOD music. Enough said.
Sandra Van Opstal has a great book on this, The Next Worship: Glorifying God in a Diverse World
To the diversity of music, that is...
Waiting for a Jazz arrangement of the LSB
James Miller has a Jazz Liturgy that he wrote for the LSB
Nice! Now do Metal!
Check on KC Gospel Orchestra (probably on Facebook)!
He’s at Trinity Nashville, IL
I’d love to see that!
Hymnal project also has a lot of different arrangements and styles of hymns https://www.thehymnalproject.com/
James Miller's liturgy is fantastic
is this being recorded? I have to leave shortly. thanks for thoughtful and meaningful time this morning. hope to join you again
Yes it is I will send out an email to all who registered with a link to view the recording
thank you all
Thanks for joining Marlene!
Betray the tribe, even in ministry.
I am so happy to learn about what LCMS has been doing around this
Thank you for speaking. Many years late but timely today. I have to go teach zoom confirmation. Thanks for the blessing.
thanks to LINC Bay Area fo sharing this
YES! Accountability, Elders
pretty much was denying Christ to them
Thank you both for hosting this conversation.
Dr. John, would you apply the 6 steps you presented earlier with student ministry? Or would you encourage some modification? Student Ministry means 7th-12th grades.
Thank you for addressing the BLM issue
what an analogy...so true
Yup, politics is not an idol. We are not defined by one political party!
Absolutely; folks from diverse races, political, and socioeconomic backgrounds must meet on COMMON GROUND; primarily our UNITY in Christ. CHURCH MUST LEAD!!!
Yes, yes, yes! "Work within it to redeem it." Thank you so much, Dr. Nunes for sharing such powerful stories and points!
I'm working on listening more and more so appreciate this opportunity and Dr. Nunes' words and hope we can meet again soon!
yes! we are to quiet..but that's changing by the grace of God
Watch the movie Just Mercy - It is free right now on many platforms
This has been a remarkable presentation--Biblically and theologically founded to respond to the realities of the world--the Church has a great chance to share the leavening of Christ for all people.
I second that about Just Mercy-eye opening
I once heard Nunes say that LCMS stands for "Love Covers a Multitude of Sins" which is worth thinking about. We can confess our sins!
Wow! This conversation has been rich! Amen!
I am so grateful for this time. Thank you both so much.
Thank you for this. I hope that these sessions will be able to continue.
Great webinar and conversation. Thank You? Where do we go from here?
:) getting past the clickbait! Love it, Dr Nunes!
Thank you SO much!
At the next session, I would love to hear Rev. Nunes's feelings on the new CTCR document.
Thank you so much.
I have been reading: “The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism” by Jemar Tisby - lots of history. Very good.
THanks so much!
Thank you Dr Nunes!
We don’t lose anything by listening to the ones we love
I need that on a throw pillow
Thank you so, SO much to both of you for taking the time to facilitate such a fantastic conversation.
Thank you so much!
Thank you all so much for joining! We will send an email out later today with resources and a recording
Thank you so much!
Appreciate you both!
it was great