Join the I’m Black. I’m Christian. I’m Methodist. writers and editor Rudy Rasmus in a robust discussion moderated by GCORR (United Methodist General Commission on Religion and Race) Interim General Secretary Garlinda Burton.
In the book, ten Black women and men explore life through the lens of compelling, personal accounts. They are leaders whose lives are tangible demonstrations of the power of a divine purpose and evidence of what grace really means in the face of hardship, disappointment, and determination.
One of the authors is Rev. Dr. Erin Beasley, associate pastor at Germantown United Methodist Church in Germantown, TN.
To learn more about and order the book, visit the Cokesbury website. CLICK HERE.
This conversation will include topics such as:
Conversations about Racism and The UMC:
- What Has Racism Cost the Church?
- Intersections of Race, Gender, and LGBTQIA+ Identity
- Ministry and Racism
A book discussion about I'm Black. I'm Christian. I'm Methodist.
January 19, 2021, 2:00 p.m. CST / 3:00 p.m. EST