The Solution to Racism
Sometimes the term racism can be used to stir up conflict where none exists. And sometimes racism happens. But where is the solution to racism found?
The Solution to Racism—Reconciliation
The solution to racism is found through reconciliation. But reconciliation with God has to happen before it can happen through man.
The Solution to Racism—Recognizing its roots
Recognizing the roots of racism within our culture and within ourselves helps us to rise above it. And then we can help others too.
Listen in as Denise and Tabatha discuss what leads to racism in our culture.
Denise Pass is a national speaker with Compassion International and a women’s conference speaker, CCM Artist/Songwriter and worship leader with Seeing Deep Ministries. She’s the author of Shame Off You and 31 Days to Hope Reinvented. And she has written several songs that received radio airplay, including You Are Worthy and Layers. In her spare time she serves as a volunteer for Proverbs 31 Ministries.
Denise and her husband live near Fredericksburg, VA. Denise homeschooled for 23 years and is the mom of four adult children and one high schooler..
Tabatha is a passionate singer/songwriter who serves on the worship team at His Village Church and also on the Seeing Deep Ministries team. She aspires to encourage and uplift the body of Christ to awaken a heart of revival and kingdom culture in her city and beyond. Additionally, she is also a creative entrepreneur who sells her wares at The Lazy Daisy gift shop in Fredericksburg and Short Pump. Tabatha is a hairstylist for her business, Jane of All Trades. she and her business partner, Monica Husbey, partner to do hair and makeup for weddings and special occasions with Prophetic Beauty Bridal.
Tabatha Tabatha is the proud mom of her son, Gabriel. She and her husband Mike live in Culpeper, VA.