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El monte Pisga se opone a la injusticia

“Ama al Señor tu Dios con todo tu corazón y con toda tu alma y con tu mente y con tus fuerzas. El segundo es este: ama a tu prójimo como a ti mismo.
Ningún otro mandamiento es mayor que estos ”.

San Marcos 12: 30-31

Historia destacada del monte Pisgah:

El Atlanta Journal-Constitution informa sobre Mount Pisgah Men y la curación racial 

La Iglesia Metodista Unida Mount Pisgah apareció recientemente en el artículo de opinión de la Constitución del Atlanta Journal Bridging the Racial Gap es un acto de fe para los hombres de North Fulton sobre los esfuerzos intencionales de un grupo de hombres locales para crear amistades y sanación racial duradera basadas en un amor compartido por Dios y vivir el poderoso mandamiento de Jesús de amar a tu prójimo como a ti mismo.

After Jesus shares this story, he asks “which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?” After the expert in the law responded with, “the one who had mercy on him was his neighbor.” Jesus replied, “Go and do likewise.”

This is who Jesus has been and continues to be to us. He saw us in our brokenness, cleaned our wounds, and paid the ultimate price for our sins. But that was never the end of the story.

Jesus entered into our own brokenness so that we can enter into the pain of others. Being a neighbor requires more of us. It requires us to get our hands dirty and dive into the messy work of mercy and justice through our resources, our compassion, and the wholeness of our efforts.

The Jesus + Justice Campaign invites believers to a greater love for Jesus and to take action towards mercy and justice. We do this by connecting Jesus-centered justice organizations with like-minded believers who wish to go and do the same.


Featured Story: OneRace Jesus+Justice Campaign

Recursos sugeridos por Mount Pisgah:
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OneRace is a gospel-centeredreconciliation movement that exists to displace historic racismthrough prayer, relationship, equipping, mercy & justice.

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Today, people still fear talking openly about racism with their children. My three beautiful biracial children have had various versions of “the race talk” typical in black households across the country. It’s imperative to acknowledge the existence of racism while coaching my children about positive choices and godly responses.

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For church leaders to effectively communicate beyond their congregation and culture — that is, to reach a broader, dissimilar audience — they should try to forge a true, interpersonal connection with those persons they want to reach. But it would help to also do some homework.

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