Ep. 56 – Racial Justice

Pastor Taurus Montgomery preaches on racial injustice, specifically addressing white Christians who want to be anti-racist activists.

Taurus Montgomery is the pastor of Harbor of Hope, a congregation in Benton Harbor, MI, that is connected to Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. Taurus has traveled the world sharing his inspiring story detailed in his autobiography, Set On Fire. Taurus is a certified motivational speaker, and he has a passion to see student-athletes reach their potential despite the obstacles they face. After listening to this sermon, be sure to visit his website www.taurusmontgomery.com to learn more about his ministry.



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