Desegregate God’s Church
The time has come for God’s end-time people to desegregate His end-time Church in the USA. We are living in a time when there should NEVER be division based on the color of one’s skin. We are all God’s children… red and yellow, black and white… all are precious in His sight.
We are asking the North American Division and General Conference to address the segregation problem in North America. We no longer want conferences, schools, and churches to be segregated and divided based on skin color.
Dear Church Leaders,
Please address the segregationproblem in North America. We currently have conferences,churches, and schools that are divided by skin color. This division hascaused a breakdown in communication and collaborationin ministry among Adventists living, worshipping, and working in the same demographic regions.
Let us remember how one of our church leaders (Hope for Humanity)was denied a visit with President Nelson Mandela in South Africa because we are a segregated denomination. Thismark of shame needs to be prayerfully addressed to help bring about unity in God's Church.
We haveideas about breaking down thewalls of segregation.
Thank you forserving God and His people!
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