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Racial injustice is a symptom of a much deeper problem. Racism is another way of not loving your neighbor as yourself. I believe that true and lasting change will only come as we in the church reorder our lives around the life of Christ.

From the Lead Bishop: Becoming a Voice of Hope

Lead Bishop of AMiA, Philip Jones, discusses the need for each church to have a conversation about racism.


In Charlottesville we saw front and center once again the violence of racism, and the lie of Satan that says that a person's value is based on the color of the skin, their heritage, or their station in life. This is antithetical to God's word that tells us that we are all made in the image of God, all known and all loved.