How Should We Respond to Violence in Racial Divides?

Q Talks


Missouri Patrol Captain Ronald Johnson coordinated law enforcement agencies amid the uproar in Ferguson, Missouri following the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. As both a black man and a police officer, he faced the unique problem of being part of two angry world. In this 19-minute session from the Q Talks, Ronald surfaces lessons we can take from this new moment in history, and offers a path forward through the chaos. 


Which of Ronald's points did you find most impactful? Why?
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What did the Lord reveal to you through this message? Did you gain a specific insight into your life or ministry? What challenged you?
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Watching the chaos that erupts out of racial tension can leave us feeling like there's no good way forward. Ronald walked through the difficult waters of Ferguson's aftermath, and leaned into his faith in a God who can redeem the world. As we face continued tension, we also can trust that God will redeem even the most terrible of circumstances.


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