I grew up in a small town in South Carolina. Not everything that happened in my small town was good. I grew up seeing racism firsthand, even in the church where my father pastored. I believe that racism is Satan’s attempt to build up walls that Christ’s blood has broken down. There is no place for it in the body of Christ — or at Cedarville University.
As we continued our walk through Ephesians on Monday in chapel, we studied the unity that comes through our identity in Jesus Christ. In Christ there is no black or white, no Jew or Gentile. The Gospel brings unity, peace, and community to those who walk in it.
Join us in Ephesians 2:11-22 and discover the power of the Gospel to unite us in Christ.