There is disunity and division in the body of Christ.
Barna goes on to report that, “3 in 5, white practicing Christians say personal prejudice is a bigger problem than discrimination built into institutions; two-thirds of Black practicing Christians say institutional discrimination is a bigger problem than personal prejudice.” The data also stated that “no progress has been made in reducing income and wealth inequalities between black and white households over the past 70 years.”
This demonstrates a huge disconnect between white believers and believers of color. This is where we need to heal. We need to understand our history, in order to change it.
We believe that through: (1) equipping, (2) building relationships, and (3) mobilizing believers to compassionate action, we can change the story of race in America. But this is something we can only do together.
Help us raise funds to do just that. Join us in our #30Kin30Day campaign to continue our mission to teach cities to love across color, class, and culture.