Harry Jackson, T. D. Jakes, James Robison Release Statement About Baltimore; Next Reconciled Church Event Is April 29 In Orlando, Florida

THE RECONCILED CHURCH

A STATEMENT ABOUT BALTIMORE FROM THE RECONCILED CHURCH
Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes, James Robison
TheReconciledChurch.org

On the eve of the second national meeting of The Reconciled Church (TRC)–a historic multi-racial, multi-denominational and apolitical gathering of church leaders in Orlando, a growing response to Ferguson, Staten Island, Cleveland, North Charleston, and now Baltimore–TRC founders Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and James Robinson have this statement:

“What news cameras were to Civil Rights, cell phone cameras and real-time recordings are to this generation. They help ordinary Americans see the madness. Our hearts bleed for the suffering families, and not just for them. We grieve for every person who encounters injustice and brutality with no camera to show the underbelly of anger that turns standard situations into a travesty of ‘protection.’ And though we can’t give all Americans a recording device, we can give the voiceless a voice.

“Now from Ferguson, North Charleston, Baltimore and the lengthening roll call of wounded cities, we cry for justice–the lasting justice of changed minds and hearts. Black, brown and white, solutions lie not in reaction but in unified action.”
— TRC Founders Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and James Robison

The Reconciled Church: Healing the Racial Divide is a multiracial, multi-denominational, non-partisan expression of the Church uniting in response to current social unrest.
Bishop Harry R. Jackson organized The Reconciled Church inaugural conference. He is senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in the Washington, D.C., area.
Bishop T.D. Jakes is senior pastor of The Potter’s House, a New York Times best-selling author, leader and speaker. He hosted The Reconciled Church’s inaugural event.
James Robison, evangelist, teacher, missionary, author and television host, founded and heads Life Outreach International.

SOURCE: Don411

On April 25, T. D. Jakes posted on his Facebook page:

My heart is broken over the loss of 1400 people in Nepal, the death of Freddie Gray, the beheading of the Coptic Christians in Libya. Who will pray with me?

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Just this morning, he posted:

Join us in prayer for peace, healing and restoration in our land, for all people in every nation. Heal our land LORD and the hearts of your people… (2 Chronicles 7:14) In the midst of pain and disappointment, I am encouraged to see great Pastors like Bishop Walter Thomas and Jamal Bryant (who live and pastor in Baltimore) rallying to make a change! I just left Baltimore a few days ago! My prayers are all around you! So glad the church has boots on the ground!!

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