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014 | Albert Tate and Nicole Martin on What White Leaders Don’t Understand About Racial Inequality and What Needs to Change to Bring About Real Reconciliation, Part 1 of 2 ChurchPulse Weekly

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This week, we take an honest look at the global awakening to racial justice that's happening all around us. Our latest ChurchPulse Weekly data has revealed that only 18% of pastors feel completely competent to lead in this moment, which is why two special guests will be sharing how church leaders can pursue the unity God has called us to. Albert Tate is the co-founder and lead pastor of Fellowship Church in Monrovia, California. And Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin is an author and Assistant Professor of Ministry and Leadership Development at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. They join hosts Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman in an honest and needed discussion about how the church can be an active force for good in this time of growth and change.

This week, we take an honest look at the global awakening to racial justice that's happening all around us. Our latest ChurchPulse Weekly data has revealed that only 18% of pastors feel completely competent to lead in this moment, which is why two special guests will be sharing how church leaders can pursue the unity God has called us to. Albert Tate is the co-founder and lead pastor of Fellowship Church in Monrovia, California. And Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin is an author and Assistant Professor of Ministry and Leadership Development at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. They join hosts Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman in an honest and needed discussion about how the church can be an active force for good in this time of growth and change.

40 min

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