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Black and White Pastors Swap Pulpits to Deliver A Powerful Message!

Black and White Pastors Swap Pulpits to Deliver A Powerful Message!

Rev. Bryan Carter, an African-American pastor at the Concord Church in south Dallas, travelled about 25 minutes north to lead the services at the mostly-white Park Cities Baptist Church, while Caucasian Park Cities senior pastor, Jeff Warren, gave a sermo

These two Texas pastors decided to do something unique which they are calling the "tale of two cities." After acknowledging racial tension that had been occurring in Texas, they decided to stand up. They knew they needed to take the stand and remind people that God loves EVERYONE!

It just so happens that we all may forget that God loves all of us no matter our race, color, or ethnicity. No matter how different we may be, God loves us all! How these two pastors decided to approach this topic is truly amazing. They entered each others' churches and delivered powerful sermons. The congregation remembered that that they are not so different after all. God bless them for what they are doing, and most of all for spreading the love of God!

They hope what they did on Palm Sunday won't just build a bridge between their congregations, but over the racial divide in their city.

Check out this inspirational message by these two pastors below:

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