Conference Schedule
Tuesday, April 3
12:00 pm - Livestream Kickoff

Various Interviews

1:30 pm - Black and White and Red All Over: Why Racial Justice Is a Gospel Issue

Russell Moore

2:00 pm - The Most Segregated Hour in America: Overcoming Divisions to Pursue MLK’s Vision of Racial Harmony

Charlie Dates

2:35 pm - Memphis 50 Years After King

Panel

3:45 pm - Equipping the Next Generation to Embrace Gospel Diversity

Jackie Hill Perry

4:00 pm - The Power of Unearned Suffering: Celebrating MLK’s Legacy after 50 Years

Mika Edmondson

4:35 pm - Complex Aspects of King

Panel

7:20 pm - Don’t Lose Heart: Why It’s Worth It to Fight for Racial Harmony Even When We Don’t See Progress

Eric Mason

7:35 pm - The Church without Walls: How God Can Use the Unified Church to Serve Our Divided Communities

Ralph West

8:10 pm - The Civil Rights Movement 50 Years after MLK

John Perkins and Russell Moore

8:40 pm - Civil Rights Storytellers

Panel

Wednesday, April 4
8:00 am - Livestream interviews

Various

8:50 am - A House Divided Cannot Stand: Understanding and Overcoming the Inconsistencies in White Evangelicals on Racial Issues

Matt Chandler

9:35 am - Christian Hip Hop and the Next Generation of Christian Racial Unity

Trip Lee

10:35 am - Reflections on My Father Who Marched with Dr. King

Bartholomew Orr

10:55 am - The State of Racial Tension in America

Panel

1:30 pm - Breakout Session 1

3:00 pm - Breakout Session 2

7:15 pm - To The Ends of the Earth: The Great Commission, the Global Persecuted Church, and Racial Unity

Karen Ellis

8:15 pm - Evangelicals and the Future of Racial Unity

Panel

8:45 pm - The Glory of God and Racial Unity

John Piper

9:15 am - Extended Time of Prayer

NOTE: All times listed are Central Standard Time (CST)

Conference Resources
Previous Sessions
Black and White and Red All Over: Why Racial Justice Is a Gospel Issue

The Most Segregated Hour in America: Overcoming Divisions to Pursue MLK’s Vision of Racial Harmony

Memphis 50 Years After King

Equipping the Next Generation to Embrace Gospel Diversity

The Power of Unearned Suffering: Celebrating MLK’s Legacy after 50 Years

Complex Aspects of King

Don’t Lose Heart: Why It’s Worth It to Fight for Racial Harmony Even When We Don’t See Progress

The Church without Walls: How God Can Use the Unified Church to Serve Our Divided Communities

The Civil Rights Movement 50 Years after MLK

Civil Rights Storytellers

A House Divided Cannot Stand: Understanding and Overcoming the Inconsistencies in White Evangelicals on Racial Issues

Reflections on My Father Who Marched with Dr. King

Christian Hip Hop and the Next Generation of Christian Racial Unity

The State of Racial Tension in America

Isaac Adams - Spoken Word

Breakout Session 1

Breakout Session 2

To The Ends of the Earth: The Great Commission, the Global Persecuted Church, and Racial Unity

Rufus Smith

Evangelicals and the Future of Racial Unity

The Glory of God and Racial Unity