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Reconciled Church's seven-step plan for racial healing

50th anniversary of March into Montgomery and MLK's speech

 

Last updated 5/11/2015 at 9:25pm

The Reconciled Church

On the 50th anniversary of the world-altering Civil Rights march into Montgomery and Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous speech from the statehouse steps, The Reconciled Church movement-Christian leaders, nationally, from across denominational and racial lines, armed with a seven-point plan-continues the march to racial equity, peace and justice. Left to Right: James Robison, Samuel Rodriguez, and T.D. Jakes were among those who joined together to spearhead the movement.

MONTGOMERY, AL-On the 50th anniversary of the world-altering Civil Rights march into Montgomery and Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous speech from the statehouse steps, The Reconciled Church movement-Christian leaders, nationally, from across denominational and racial lines, armed with a seven-point plan-continues the march to racial equity, peace and justice.

"The Church sparked and stoked the Civil Rights Movement, and the march continues," Bishop Harry Jackson, senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in Washington, D.C., said. Bishop Jackson, with Bishop T.D. Jakes and evangelist James...



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