“Two very different subcultures could either collide and explode, or
create an opportunity for racial healing and real change. The only glue
that can possibly heal our current social breach is a working unity
among Bible-believing Christians of all races. … The evangelical
movement is building bridges and alliances with people and
organizations that some might find surprising. But this story won’t be
on the cable channels or the evening news. In truth, many black
churches do not embrace the perspectives of Rev. Al Sharpton or Jesse
Jackson. The new black church is led by an exciting new breed of gifted
leaders who are up to the task of leading in the 21st century.” —Harry Jackson,
senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Md., and chairman
of the High Impact Leadership Coalition [townhall.com, 11/10/08]
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