I had an engaging weekend in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in which a group of churches thought about race and racism from a Christian perspective. Here’s the sermon I preached on Sunday morning at Broadmoor United Methodist Church. I also met with area clergy for a day of discussion of my book, Who Lynched Willie Earle? Preaching to Confront Racism.
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Fond memories of your time with us, Will, at the Pastor’s Conference in Banff, Canada, Fall 1995. Our son graduated LSU in 2013 w MA in Clinical Psych. Will listen to this with much interest.