The Reconciled Church on the South Carolina Murders; A Statement from Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes and James Robison: “”Our hearts bleed for our black brothers and sisters slain in a church so long in the struggle for liberty. Now we call on every Christian congregation across the U.S. to prove that love has no color.”

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The Reconciled Church on the South Carolina Murders

A Statement from Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes and James Robison

TheReconciledChurch.org

“Our hearts bleed for our black brothers and sisters slain in a church so long in the struggle for liberty. Now we call on every Christian congregation across the U.S. to prove that love has no color. Within the greater Church body—and in its body of influence—is every power to wage peace. This is our opportunity to exemplify a reconciled church.”

–Harry Jackson, T.D. Jakes and James Robison founded and head The Reconciled Church, a national and nondenominational Christian movement in response to race-related violence and deaths.
For interviews, contact:  Michael Conrad, [email protected]  214-616-0320

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The Reconciled Church: Healing the Racial Divide is a national and nondenominational Christian movement in response to race-related violence and deaths.

Bishop Harry R. Jackson is senior pastor of Hope Christian Church near Washington, D.C.

Bishop T.D. Jakes is senior pastor of The Potter’s House, a New York Times best-selling author, leader and speaker.

James Robison, evangelist, teacher, missionary, author and television host, founded and heads Life Outreach International. 

 

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