This year marks the 50 year anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Since then, we've made great strides in our country with racial reconciliation, but we've still got a long way to go. To discuss where we need to go to continue the reconciliation process in the next 50 years, both as the church and as a country, Adrian drove to Atlanta to meet with Pastor Leonce Crump of Renovation Church. Both Adrian and Leonce have a heart to see real racial reconciliation happen, but it won't be easy. Listen as they discuss racism, progress that still needs to be made, things that are hindering us to move forward, and more on this week's episode of the New Rules Podcast.
"You can't find any black creatives? Have you been the America? The stoplight that you sit under: made it. The super soaker: we made that. Washington DC: we made that. You can't find black creatives? You're not looking." @leoncecrump #newrulespodcast TWEET THIS!
[on the church and racial reconciliation] "The gospel has been allowed to be turned into a message of personal salvation without any societal implications. The gospel is now about me getting off the planet versus seeing God renew all things." - @leoncecrump #newrulespodcast TWEET THIS!
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