By Taurus Montgomery | Watch | Listen | 48m
Published in June of 2020

SUMMARY: Weaving current and historical events while preaching from Luke 18:1-8 pastor Taurus Montgomery of Pioneer Memorial Church (Benton Harbor, MI) lists five things white Christians can do to fight racism. One, educate yourself to understand the problems of injustice. Two, feel the pain of justice in and out of the church. Three, protest the pattern persistently. Four, be a partner for progress. Five, pray to be purged of prejudice persistently.

KEY QUOTE: “God is looking for some white folk, some white old people, some white young people…who will raise their voice, who will say it loud, who will support black lives.”


Ep. 56 – Let Justice Roll


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