SUMMARY: Rapper and Del Ray Baptist (Alexandria, VA) pastor Shai Linne makes a passionate case for ethnic unity based on Biblical principles centered on the gospel along with grace, unity, patience, humility and bearing with one another in love. One of our favorite resources.
If you do not want to listen or would prefer to read the sermon there is a transcript of Linne’s words at the link above.
KEY QUOTE: “The Gospel must be central. We are not talking about diversity because it is popular in the world to talk about. We talk about it because it glorifies God. That is part of His design in creation and redemption.”
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