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Watch: African Americans and Evangelicalism (Free Webinar)

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The American religious and political landscape has experienced serious upheaval since the 2016 election. Since then, many have been rethinking their relationship with Evangelicalism.

In this free webinar, you’ll hear from Natasha Sistrunk Robinson and Santes Beatty provide guidelines and reflection for navigating this complex issue.

This is the kind of conversation you can expect from our partners at Call and Response: The Past, Present, and Future of Black Christians in America.

Taking its name and inspiration from the black preaching tradition in which the pastor and congregation joined together in the effective proclamation of the gospel, this conference will call together church folks, marketplace and nonprofit leaders, pastors, practitioners, artists, and activists from across generations to respond faithfully to the challenges and opportunities of the present moment in America. We seek to offer a prophetic witness to the church and the nation while remaining biblically-grounded in a holistic gospel that has the power to transform lives and communities.

Register HERE: https://www.callandresponseconference.com


Natasha Sistrunk Robison
Author & Founder of Leadership LINKS, Inc.

Natasha is the author of Mentor for Life: Finding Purpose through Intentional Discipleship (Zondervan, 2016). As the founder of Leadership LINKS, Inc., her vision is to holistically develop transformative and redemptive servant leaders who are united in community, and committed to generously investing in long-term generational and cultural change.

She is a gifted Bible teacher and writer, in addition to being an anti-human trafficking advocate, champion for education, and community organizer. She blogs at http://www.asistasjourney.com and is a regular contributor to several Christianity Today channels. She is also a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (B.S. English).

With over 15 years of leadership and mentoring experience in the military, government, church, seminary, and nonprofit sectors, she is a sought after consultant and speaker.

Santes Beatty

Director of Multiethnic Ministries for The Wesleyan Church World Headquarters

Rev. Santes Beatty serves as the Director of Multiethnic Ministries for The Wesleyan Church World Headquarters in Indianapolis, IN, and the NC East District in a similar role.  His undergraduate work was done at Guilford College and he has a Masters in Ministry Leadership from Huntington University.

He has 20 years of ministry experience as a youth pastor for 14 years in predominately black (Genesis Baptist Church) and multiethnic contexts (Kentwood Community Church).  His higher education background as an administrator in Multicultural Education give him a unique combination of community organizing, discipleship, racial reconciliation, multiplication and social holiness experience.

Currently he is also the founder and executive coach for Crossover Consulting Network and recently helped to launch a multiethnic church plant called United City Greensboro where he serves as the Teaching Pastor.  He is a much sought after speaker, consultant, coach and facilitator.

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