The Reconciled Church

The Reconciled Church

The Reconciled Church: Healing the Racial Divide movement began in 2015 with a Dallas meeting of racially and culturally diverse U.S. Christian leaders, originally organized by Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and Evangelist James Robison. In the wake of deaths in Ferguson, Mo., and New York City, and the national fallout, the movement advances Seven Bridges of Peace—practical steps toward racial reconciliation in the Church and the nation.

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ImageRELEASE 6/29/2015: A Statement from Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes and James RobisonDownload june292015statement.docx
DocumentMEDIA ADVISORY 6/15/15: Baltimore: The Only Weapon Against ViolenceDownload trcpressrelease061515.docx
DocumentMontgomery Wrap ReleaseDownload trcmontgomerywraprelease.docx
DocumentStatement - April 27Download thereconciledchurchstatementapril2711.docx
DocumentTalking PointsDownload thereconciledchurchtalkingpoints0321154.docx
DocumentQ&A with Founders (Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes, James Robison)Download thereconciledchurchqa0420151.docx
DocumentMedia Tip SheetDownload thereconciledchurchmediatipsheetv4.docx
ImageSuggested Interview QuestionsDownload thereconciledchurchsuggestedquestions032115.docx