‘I’m Not Racist; I’m Color Blind.’

Darryl Williamson—lead pastor of Living Faith Bible Fellowship in Tampa, Florida, and TGC Council Member—provides insight on the phrase, “I’m not racist; I’m color blind” as it is used in the context of racial reconciliation.


Racial unity is a gospel issue and all the more urgent 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr.’s death. Join the ERLC and The Gospel Coalition at a special event, “MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop,” taking place April 4, 2018, in Memphis, Tennessee. 
 
Speakers include Russell Moore, Benjamin Watson, John Piper, Jackie Hill Perry, Matt Chandler, Eric Mason, Don Carson, and many others. 
 
The 50th anniversary of King’s tragic death marks an opportunity for Christians to reflect on the state of racial unity in the church and the culture. It creates the occasion to reflect on where Christians have been and look ahead to where we must go as we pursue justice in the midst of tremendous tension.
 
Register now: MLK50conference.com

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