Last week we began our discussion on racism by starting off with a foundational question: what is racism? We're continuing this week looking at how culture speaks to our worldview. As we follow the Lord, we come to understand that what we learn culturally ought to yield to God's truth - but culture holds strong over much of our lives.How do we move past cultural ties as we follow the Lord? How do I recognize when these cultural perspectives are out of alignment with the Lord? Join us this week as we discuss it!
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