How Should Salvationists Respond to Racism?

By Major Amy Reardon

In light of recent events, we are stirred to respond. In this article, Major Reardon explores our role as Salvationists in regards to racism and gives us a place to start.

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“Salvationists often shy away from taking a political stand, but speaking out against racism and advocating for equality wherever we can isn’t political, it is spiritual.”

-Major Amy Reardon

 

 

 

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