- October 14, 2005
- By John Rutledge
Bible study on poverty and racism available
|A New Orleans resident is distaught over the unimaginable conditions at the Morial Convention Center, temporary shelter established after Hurricane Katrina. (Photo by Newhouse News Service)|
The Cooperative Baptist Fellow-ship has worked in partnership with the American Baptist Churches USA to produce a five-lesson Bible study addressing poverty and racism issues brought to light by Hurricane Katrina.
The study is available as a series of downloadable PDF documents accessible from the Fellowship's website, www.thefellowship.info.
Study topics include uncovering poverty, seeing the pain of poverty and racism, confession and repentance, and redemption and reconciliation. For more information, contact Rick Bennett at email@example.com.
Maximum length for publication is 250 words.