How the Gospel of Grace Speaks to Race

As we celebrate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, we’re reminded that we desperately need a fresh gospel perspective as we address racial tension in our country. In three minutes, Trip Lee explains how the gospel of grace speaks to race.

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(@TripLee) Trip Lee (@TripLee) is an author, teacher, hip-hop artist, and thought leader. He is also a pastor in Atlanta and regularly preaches and teaches at Christian conferences and events.