As a Christian and pastor of Mariposa United Methodist Church, I am appalled and horrified at the senseless deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbury, just two of too many black men and women who have suffered and died as a consequence of racism in our country.
Yes, we pray for them, for their families and friends, and even for the ones who took their lives. But thoughts and prayers are not enough. We must speak out. Proverbs 31:8-9 says, “8 Speak out on behalf of the voiceless, and for ...
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