Racial Justice & Reconciliation

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Christians believe that racism is an affront to the value of individuals created in God’s image and to the divinely designed diversity of redeemed humanity. Racism appears in individual beliefs and institutional practices that distinguish or elevate one race over others. Evangelicals believe that the good news of Jesus Christ has the power to break down racial and ethnic barriers (Ephesians 2:14–18), and our communities must pursue sustained efforts in this labor of love and justice. The NAE Racial Justice & Reconciliation Collaborative encourages, empowers and equips evangelical communities in this area.

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