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  • Wednesday Night Lent Study at 7 p.m.

    LENT STUDY An online study on Wednesday nights. 7-8 Click Here What does it mean to be a unified church? Does it mean that everyone believes in the same things or looks the same way? For nearly the entire history of Christianity, the church has struggled with this problem. The over 41,000 different Christian denominations attest to this. In one of the earliest works of the New Testament, 1 Corinthians, the apostle Paul sought to address this problem to this young, Greco-Roman congregation. Paul also faced dissension and hostility for being an “apostle to the gentiles.” Where he sought to bring a message of reconciliation, he found strife and disunity. If itis so ingrained in our makeup not to stay together, then is there any hope for the church? Christena Cleveland, shares from her own experiences in the church, as well as her research, in order for us to understand the roots of what causes strife and disunity. How do we relate to those who are not like us? How do we become the representative to the world of Christ’s work of reconciliation? It is possible to benefit from this study without preparation. For those who would like to go deeper, I recommend reading Christena's book "Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep us Apart". An award-winning researcher and author, Christena is a Ford Foundation Fellow who has held faculty positions at several institutions of higher education— most recently at Duke University’s Divinity School, where she was the first African-American and first female director of the Duke Center for Reconciliation

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