WHO WE ARE

Reconciliation + Revival are the Solution

Through prayer and fasting, relationship and collaboration, OneRace exists to displace the spirit of racism and release a movement of racial reconciliation across Atlanta, the Southeast, and the nation. God desires a young adult movement that will counter the tide of racial division in our city and nation. “And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth…” – Acts 17:26.

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WHAT WE’RE ABOUT

Focused on engaging millennials. Birthed as a multi-cultural movement, but emphasizing healing the historic division of black and white. Established on prayer, authentic relationship, and lifestyles of justice.

OBJECTIVES

To initiate a movement culminating in a catalytic event of prayer and racial reconciliation at Stone Mountain.

To mobilize a grassroots movement for racial reconciliation and revival that will spread across our nation.

To inspire 100,000 cross-cultural relationships and 1,000,000 acts of kindness.

To engage 300 pastors in cross-cultural prayer groups.


LEADERS

STAFF

Billy Humphrey

Co-Executive Director

Bishop Garland Hunt

Co-Executive Director

Hazen Stevens

Co-Operations Director

Josh Clemons

Co-Operations Director

Natalie Brown

Creative Director

ADVISORS

Scott & Tami Free

Founders, City Takers

Will Ford

Christ for the Nations Institute

Stuart Greaves

International House of Prayer Kansas City

Corey Lee

Pastor, Convergence Church

Jeff Lyle

Pastor, New Bridge Church

Jim Pace

Dennis Rouse

Pastor, Victory World Church

Jonathan Thomas

Johnson Bowie

Pastor, Victory Hamilton Mill

PARTICIPATING CHURCHES

Anglican Church in North America
Anglican Diocese of the South
Arbor Point UMC
Arise Life
Atlanta Cares Center
Atlanta Dream Center
Atlanta Metropolitan Cathedral
Become Church
Bible Way Ministries
Calvary Baptist Church
Center of Praise and Restoration Ministries
Christ Community Church
Church at the Grove
City Takers
Civil Righteousness
Clear View Ministries Church
Coaches4Life
Collaboration Church
Connect Church East
Convergence Church
Covenant Life Church
Cross Cultural Church
Daystar Inc
Dignity Serves
Discover Life Church
Discover Point Church
Eagles Nest Church
Faith Center of Atlanta
Father’s House – Conyers
Father’s House – Norcross
Flat Rock AME Church
Fourth Street Missionary Baptist Church
Friendship Baptist Church

Generations Church
Generations Outreach Ministries
Greater Beallwood Baptist Church
Higher Level Worship Baptist Church
Holy Trinity Christian Center
Hopewell Missionary Baptist
IHOP Atlanta
Influencers Church
Jackson Memorial Baptist Church
Joy Christian Center Church
Kennesaw Family Life Church
Kingdom Dominion Church
Lifeway Church
Marietta Refuge Foursquare Church
Momentum Church
New Beginnings Praise and Worship Center
New Branch Church
New Bridge
New Destiny Church
New Harvester International Ministries
New Life Praise Center
New Restoration Church
Northlands Church
Outpost Community Church
Peace Baptist Church
Perimeter Church
Phoenix Community of Suwanee
Powder Springs First United Methodist
Radiant Church
Reach the Nations Community Church
Reach Out Center

Remerge
Renew World Outreach
Resonate Church
Reveal Church
Revolution Church
Rockpoint Church
Roswell Street Baptist Church
Solid Rock Church
Stone Pointe Church
Sugar Hill United Methodist Church
Tabernacle of Praise Church International
Take the City
The Cathedral International Church
The Christian Jubilee Full Word Baptist Church
The Fountain Church
The Life Church Christian Center
The Link Baptist Church
The Tabernacle
The Vine Community Church
The Vine Methodist
Turning Point Christian Ministries
Turning Point Church
Unity Worship
Victory 91.5
Victory Church
Victory Hamilton Mill
Victorious Living Church
Victory World Church
Village Church of East Atlanta
Warm Springs Road Church of Christ
Will Ford Ministries
Woodland Hills Church
World Harvest Church
World Relief


“Racial unity has a vertical answer, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which compels us to a horizontal action, ultimately bringing healing and justice.”