• Dr. Mike Routt


On Sunday, July 12, at 6:00 pm, our church will premiere a special program addressing the issue of racism, reconciliation and redemption. You will be able to view it on youtube via www.rhccs.org, or you can join us in person in our worship center.

This program will include three distinct segments, and will feature members of Redemption Hill Church. Their comments add great value to the program!

In the first segment, I will interview Robert and Estelle James, Chuck Nathan, and Ron Crump. Each person will share his/her own personal experiences with racism, including Robert and Chuck's encounters with racism while serving in the military.

In the second segment, I will interview another member of our church family, Dr. Nona James. Dr. James has an earned PhD. in conflict resolution and peacemaking. She will bring a unique perspective to the subject matter.

In the third segment, I will interview Pastor John Moreland of the Denver Bible Church. Pastor Moreland is the first African-American to serve as president of the Colorado Baptist Convention. This interview will focus on the theological issue and the ultimate theological remedy for racism.

This program will be very informative, and provide a distinctively Christian perspective to this national conversation. I invite you either to watch it on-line on July 12 at 6:00 pm or in person at our church building at 124 Delaware Drive.

I do want to say a special "thank you" to our Redemption Hill Production Team. They have invested many, many hours in the promotion and recording of this program. I so appreciate their effective ministry in our church!

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