This series explores what the Bible says about race and how it offers everyone an opportunity for freedom, justice, peace, and hope.

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LivingUNDIVIDED is a six-week multi-racial experiential journey in pursuit of racial solidarity and justice.

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We will be going to connect, to serve, to learn, and to grow.

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Learn more about how Christians are viewing issues of justice.

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Reading While Black

African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope

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Confronting Injustice without Compromising Truth

Confronting Injustice without Compromising Truth

12 Questions Christians Should Ask About Social Justice

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Learn more about a Christian view on Critical Race Theory

ISBCE Dialogues: “Critical Race Theory”

Dr. Nathan Cartagena and Dr. Korie Edwards

Learn more about local racial justice in Crossroads' most established cities

Lexington Racial Justice and Equality Report
Cincinnati Urban League Report: State of Black Cincinnati

**These are being provided not to tell you what to think but to invite you to continue to learn. These recommendations aren’t an endorsement from Crossroads, other than each recommendation is authored by followers of Jesus.

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Race has been a topic that has caused disunity across many aspects of our lives for generations. Especially in the church. God’s heart for us is to be united, not separated from one another. Our hope is that this series opens up conversations and challenges all of us in ways that will take our community to the next level in loving others well and seeing them for who God created them to be.

We talk about reconciliation every week at Crossroads through the Gospel – it’s the story of our own reconciliation with God. We’re going to dive deeper into that in this series to look at what that reconciliation looks like between people. The Bible doesn’t say anything about race in the way we are used to hearing about it, but it says a whole lot about ethnicity, reconciliation, and justice. Check out Revelation 7:9 or Acts 2.

Crossroads does not identify as a “woke church.” We are a church going after what we believe is in the Bible on this topic to get to a better place. We die on the hill of culturally current communication, and the topic of race and justice has been long important, but particularly unavoidable in this past year. With all of the voices and opinions, we want to explore what God has to say about this.

Crossroads is not affiliated with Black Lives Matter. The only group working in the racial reconciliation space that we are directly affiliated with is LivingUNDIVIDED. You can learn more about that movement here.

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