ATSS: Maury Jackson, “Notes for a Sacred Conversation on Race”
25 January 2023 |
by Maury Jackson
Paul wrote to Timothy, “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” But many Seventh-day Adventists struggle with fear: fear of end-time events, fear of not being saved, fear of rejection by God. Maury Jackson tells in this presentation how he grew up bargaining with God against the fear that was instilled him him, and how he worked to come to peace with God.
If you’re in the Loma Linda area, join ATSS in person to meet our speaker live at CC3208 in LLU’s Centennial Complex (24760 Stewart St, Loma Linda, CA 92354)
Maury Jackson is dean of the H.M.S. Richards School of Ministry at La Sierra University.
Loren Seibold is the Executive Editor of Adventist Today.
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