CBFNC Executive Coordinator Larry Hovis shares, “Daynette Snead Perez provides the church with a much needed guide for dismantling our homogeneity and creating a more biblical approach to community. She provides a strong scriptural foundation, relevant examples and practical exercises that any group of church leaders can use to be ‘born again’ as a church that moves its orientation toward its community from ‘stranger to neighbor.’ I highly commend Daynette and this eminently helpful resource.”
In this video learning session, Rev. Daynette Snead Perez, chair of CBFNC’s Racial Equity & Justice team, shares three ways every church can move towards to questions of race and discipleship in order to build more diverse relationships in life and ministry. Viewers may scan the QR code in the video to learn more from Daynette about this topic.