“Recently, the Bishop and Cabinet have become more intentional about addressing the nuances of cross-racial, cross-cultural appointments,” says the Rev. Dr. Jerome DeVine. These Michigan pastors reflect on their experiences.
The Michigan Conference, districts, and congregations will be aided on the journey to the Beloved Community by the Bishop’s Anti-Bias Anti-Racism Working Group.
A group named by Bishop Bard will focus on anti-bias and anti-racism, “an essential part of our journey with Jesus.”
Consider the “Platinum Rule” as a counter to the current news cycle and a way to live in beloved community.
A young adult missionary serving in Detroit reflects on the Civil Rights Movement … past and present.