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When it comes to racial healing, we often focus on how to move forward toward reconciliation without knowing our history and how that story has impacted each of us. Professor Josh Clemons talks with Ken and Deb about how to view the problem of racism correctly and stop falling into old patterns that keep us from experiencing the relationship and justice we long to see in our culture and communities.
Our world is full of neighborhoods that house diverse families, lifestyles, and beliefs. Is it possible to bridge these chasms that seem to separate on every level? Craig Allen Cooper and Walker Hayes are living examples that the answer is a resounding “yes”! Through their story, we discover that the building of relationships and sacrifice for the good of others can lead to powerful transformation and lifelong friends! Be listening to this true-life story that paints the picture of what it means to love your neighbor.
Josh Clemons resides in Atlanta, GA along with his wife Lakisha and sons Langston Grant and Duke Ellington. He has built a reputation as a lover of God, a builder of people, and a reconciler of cultures. Leading a racial reconciliation movement and serving as a professor, Josh shares his brilliance, wisdom, and practical instruction impacting audiences in both religious and secular communities. He is privileged to serve as the Executive Director for OneRace Movement and is pursuing his Ph.D. at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Craig Cooper is a gifted storyteller and Bible teacher. For over twenty years, he has spoken at numerous churches, men's retreats, college campuses, and various gatherings. He has traveled across North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia with a desire to see and serve the world. He has served as one of the founding pastors of Redeeming Grace Church in Franklin, Tennessee. Craig now resides in the greater Nashville area with his amazing wife, Laura, and their four kids as next-door neighbors to the Hayes family.