June 14, 2020
Is Anything Too Difficult for God?
The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson
Sunday, June 14, 2020
Truth, Then Reconciliation
Sheila Walker, a black woman, and Chester Johnson, a white man, are both Arkansas natives, born in the same decade, with family ties to a race massacre that killed more than a hundred African Americans a century ago. Johnson’s new book about the events in Elaine, Arkansas in 1919 shines light on a story long hidden and demonstrates how reconciliation is possible, but only after the candid acknowledgment of the truth.
Click here to read more about this event and the bo0k on
The Trinity Church Wall Street website
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