Latasha Morrison on The Upside Down Kingdom of God

Confronting racial tension starts with loving your neighbor.
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How can you love your neighbor who is different than you? Oliver Hersey explores this question with Latasha Morrison, author of Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation, a New York Times best selling book . She is known for being a bridge builder, and is passionate about racial reconciliation. Latasha has equipped more than 1,000 groups in five different countries and is founder and president of Be the Bridge, an organization committed to educating people and organizations about how to respond to racial tensions in the world. She said "how can you say you love your brother when you're mistreating your brother? That form of Christianity is not Christianity."

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