Wisconsin Family Council Shares Dr. Tony Evans’ Message to the Church on Race Relations

Posted on Jun 24, 2020 in Church Ambassador Network, News

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Late last week, Wisconsin Family Council was graciously invited to be part of an online ZOOM meeting with Dr. Tony Evans, founder and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas.

Our good friends at The FAMiLY Leader in Iowa hosted Dr. Evans and our colleagues from the Daniel Initiative states.  Dr. Evans discussed racial reconciliation and the church’s role in these divisive times.

Dr. Evans’ unique perspective on racial tensions, as well as his commitment to a biblical and theologically informed response, is so valuable right now.

We are honored to share with you the video as well as a written summary of our discussion.

Check out Tony Evans’ inspiring message to the Church on racial reconciliation!

As you’ll see in the video, Dr. Evans has been working for years on the frontlines of engaging the Church in bringing biblical justice, righteousness, and healing to racially divided communities.

Dr. Evans’ message is incredibly important right now. And there couldn’t be a more opportune moment than now for WFC’s Church Ambassador Network (CAN), which is part of The Daniel Initiative launched by The FAMiLY Leader a few years ago. Wisconsin is one of eight states invited to be part of this unique initiative.

WFC’s Church Ambassador Network (CAN) is designed to connect the leaders of our churches to the leaders of our government, not for politics or policy, but for forming redemptive relationships. As a part of CAN, we also provide resources to pastors and churches to help them deal with the issues facing their church families and individuals. In concert with the other Daniel Initiative states, we are seeking and praying for a revived America that honors God and blesses people.

Thank you for partnering with us in this critical work that we are convinced has been raised up for “such a time as this.” Surely it is especially important right now that Christians think bigger, look higher and expect more.

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