11 Jun Episode 29 | Racial Reconciliation Pt 3
On this episode of Good News for The City, we are continued our discussion on racial reconciliation. The focus of part 3 is the tangible actions that leaders and churches around the DMV are taking to accelerate healing and bringing unity to the Church as prayed by Jesus in John 17.
Pastor Anthony E. Moore is the Senior Pastor of Carolina Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor Moore has served Carolina Missionary Baptist Church since 1987 and has been proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ for over thirty years. He is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and his lovely wife, First Lady, Cynthia A. Moore a native of Dallas, Texas. Pastor and First Lady Moore are the proud parents of three children, Sharnessa, Jamal, Joshua and three beautiful grandchildren; Jaylin, Jeniya and Lyric.
Carolina Church is a Bible-Based and Purpose Driven Ministry. The Carolina Ministry seeks to meet the needs of ordinary people in a holistic way. Pastor Moore believes that people have to be met at their level of need.
Rev. Harold Brinkley is the Executive Director of Project Bridges, a coalition of churches in the Washington, DC area dedicated to empowering ministries, equipping Christian leaders, effecting community change and encouraging unity within the body of Christ. He became the executive director of Project BRIDGES in 2002. Reverend Brinkley has devoted his life to humanitarian efforts, working in several national faith-based organizations and urban leadership development programs. His career began in California where he founded Black Ministries Unlimited, a leadership-training ministry, and Youth for Truth, a residential drug rehabilitation program.
Rev. Brinkley served as vice president of external relations for One to One Partnership, Inc., the first national initiative of the Points of Light Foundation; vice president of Prison Fellowship’s After-care and Urban Initiatives Division; national director of Church Relations for Promise Keepers; and director of Community Services at the National Center for Strategic Planning and Community Leadership.