When he was on his deathbed, Minister Matthew Henry said to a friend, “You have been asked to take notice of the sayings of dying men—this is mine: that a life spent in the service of God and communion with Him is the most pleasant life that anyone can live in this world.”
Matthew Henry lived from 1662-1714

What’s wrong in God’s eyes is wrong any day


FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before a Congressional hearing yesterday that White Supremacy groups are growing fast in number! Pastors must speak out against this Satanic movement against God’s people!

Neighbors Stand Guard to Protect Asian-American Family After ‘Deeply Upsetting’ Racist Attacks
“I love my neighbors,” Haijun Si said. “I love my community, and I love my country.”

Read in People: https://apple.news/ANZWrROSIQiGrDCpI8riB-w

Black people from all walks of life are sharing their experiences of racism, why they’re hopeful about the current movement and how we can heal as a country.

Evangelical leader Tony Evans is one of the most respected Christian pastors in the country. He shared his thoughts on how the church played a role in racism and how it can lead in the solution.

Evans laid out a more detailed national three-point plan for how churches can respond to racism.

“This is where God must be brought into play. And I must say, if he is left out, there will be no solution because he’s the one who is ticked off about it.”

Pastor Tony Evans: Churches played a role in racism, but they can help lead to solution


White Supremacist Ideas Have Historical Roots In U.S. Christianity

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