Bridging the Divide
Updated: Aug 5, 2020
There’s a clear divide between the urban and suburb communities, between the resourced and the poor, and between those who have a heart to help and those who need that help. Deed and Truth wants to be a bridge across that divide.
Yesterday we concluded our 3rd interview session on the topic of Racial Reconciliation. A special thank you to Pastors John Whaley of Cornerstone Community Church in Los Angeles and Pastor Ed Robinson of Hope in Christ Community Church in Compton. These two men have given us valuable insight into the problems and solutions of Racial Reconciliation. Thanks also to all of you who have taken the time to call and listen in. The first steps we have taken have been to listen and learn. Now it’s time to DO SOMETHING about it!
As we continue to learn from the sources that have been presented some of you are ready to DO SOMETHING to be game changers. Many times we are enthusiastic about making a difference but find it difficult to get started. Deed and Truth wants to help you with that by being a BRIDGE to help connect you with people who are overlooked and under-resourced:
In case you missed either of the last two RR Interviews, or would like to share them with a friend, here are the links to the recordings:
FYI… For those who read last week’s blog about House2Home recipient Kat…
Here’s an encouraging word from Kat this week… She tells us she was picked to be: Employee of the Week at her place of employment. Kat told Betty that she attributes it to starting each day with her new devotional, reading her bible every day this past week on her new used sofa from Deed and Truth! Congrats Kat! We are with you on this journey.