God’s kingdom calls on us to grow our awareness and compassion for issues of social justice and anti-racism.
Our hope is to respond to the issue of racial justice thoughtfully, biblically and in a manner that takes this conversation deep into our journey of discipleship. We want to respond as followers of Jesus and as his church, joining in the way of Jesus as agents of reconciliation, love, justice, mercy, hope and practical good deeds.
- For Jesus to help you search your own heart and reveal needed transformations.
- For the Church to live out the gospel.
- For real change in our nation.
A Pastoral Conversation About Faith, Race, and Justice
A dialogue between John Ortberg, Hurmon Hamilton, from New Beginnings Community Church, and Gary Gaddini, from Peninsula Covenant Church.
A Conversation About Social and Racial Justice
John Ortberg and Efrem Smith, pastor of Bayside Church Midtown in Sacramento, discuss the ministry of racial reconciliation.
Are you wondering how to get started?
Check out this RESOURCE compiled, with our thanks, by Sarah Akutagawa, Menlo Member in Mission, and National Director of Diversity, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
We want to do something, and we know you do too. It is our commitment to advance God’s kingdom in racial reconciliation. We have reached out to our current ministry partners to discover the best way to engage our congregation in practical acts of good deeds and love.
Find out ways to SERVE.