“A Discussion of Race Relations and Justice For All” and resuming gathered activities are featured topics for the June 12 Friday COVID-19 Information Webinar at 11:00 AM EDT. To attend, please RSVP: https://scbo.org/event/covid-19-information-exchange-webinar through this link.
Current and former presidents of the State Convention of Baptists in Ohio comprise the panelists for the June 12 Webinar: “A Discussion of Race Relations and Justice For All” and thoughts on resuming gathered activities. Panelists for the June 12 Webinar include the following:
Ryan Strother: current President of SCBO and pastor of Central Baptist Church in Marion, OH
Reginald Hayes: current First Vice-President of SCBO and pastor of United Faith International Baptist Church in Columbus, OH
David Starry: former President of SCBO and pastor of First Light Church in Vandalia, OH
David Gray: former President of SCBO and pastor of First Baptist Church in Garrettsville, OH
Gary Frost: former President of SCBO, former Vice President of Southern Baptist Convention, current Associational Missionary for the Steel Valley Baptist Association in Ohio
Please join us at 11:00 A.M. EDT this Friday June 12, 2020 for “A Discussion of Race Relations and Justice For All” and updates on resuming gathered activities. Every Webinar has a “Q & A” feature to capture questions and comments of attendees. We want to hear from you. All of us can learn from each other.
One of the desired results of this Webinar is to encourage an ongoing dialogue that affords the opportunity to form genuine relationships through a convening of pastors (and church leaders) in cross-cultural networks to support each other in obeying the Great Commission and the Great Commandments. Please attend the Webinar to receive additional information.
Racism and injustice inhabit unsavory and dark places. Jesus declared His followers to be “salt and light” in an unsavory and dark world. We need a movement of God that would generously dispense and distribute Godly “Salt” and “Light” in unsavory and dark places. Let’s press toward that Mark.