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A Step Toward Racial Reconciliation

A Step Toward Racial Reconciliation

In this sermon clip, Greg, as a representative of a white man in America, asks for forgiveness of people of color for all the harm that white America has done. This is not about disparaging whiteness. This is simply about acknowledging the truth of our heritage so that we can make a way for healing, reconciliation and peace.

If you would like to watch the entire sermon you can do so here.

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