Racial Bridging Resources

Video Resources

Dr. Tony Evans speaks from his heart about social injustice

Dr. Anita sits with Christine Caine for a conversation about race and the church.

Pastor Steven Furtick and Pastor John Gray sit down to have a conversation about race, privilege, apathy, and what it will take to become the bridge to a better future.

Pastor Brian Mowrey, Niro Feliciano and Crystal Ellington deliver a timely message on unity, at Walnut Hill  Community Church’s service on 6/8/2020.

Pastor Zenzo Matoga from Impact Church in Boston speaks with Pastor Justin Kendrick about the state of radical injustice in our nation and what our response should be as followers of Jesus.

Pastor David Payne welcomes church members to share their experiences Lifesong Church service 6/8/2020

From The Lausanne Movement, Brenda Salter McNeil speaks on Credibility and racial reconciliation. Sept 2011.

Earl Roberts, pastor of Marstons Mills Community Church, originally from Trinidad & Tobago, shares his experience and perspective as a Christian and a man of color.

The Bible Project explores the biblical theme of Justice and discover how it’s deeply rooted in the story-line of the Bible that leads to Jesus.

Bryan Stevenson & Tim Keller will help us explore ways to sustain hope through a grace filled pursuit of justice and mercy as they draw from their own calling and work.

Reading Resources


Our reconciliation to God through Christ has brought us peace with Him, yet it also calls us to become agents of peace in the world today. This Bible reading plan is from the Lausanne Movement.

Soong-Chan Rah‘s prophetic exposition of the book of Lamentations provides a biblical and theological lens for examining the church’s relationship with a suffering world.

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 Where Do We Go from Here? from Barna is intended to bring context to important conversations and contribute to a broader understanding of race relations in our present moment. Free digital download.

In Healing Racial Trauma, Sheila Wise Rowe examines the message from Scripture that “we are all fearfully and wonderfully made,” candidly reflecting on her own experiences and others’ experiences as victims of racism.

Tim Keller writes on The Bible and Race, a look through the Old Testament and New Testament to understand what the Bible has to say about race. He continues this series on racial healing with The Sin of Racism.

Gary Knighton, who serves as pastor of Faith Fellowship Church in West Hartford, CT, and Protestant chaplain at the University of Hartford, writes on BCNE’s blog: Our First Steps Toward a Unified Future: What Anglo Pastors Can Do to Build Bridges with Black and Brown Christians.