Designed to equip church leaders and lay members to engage in the work of racial reconciliation in their communities. Attendees will gain insight into racial reconciliation as a gospel issue, learn the importance of forming and maintaining cross-racial relationships, and get practical tips for engaging in the work of racial reconciliation. 

August 26, 2017
9:00 am - 3:30 pm

First Baptist Grand Prairie
950 Mayfield Road
Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Cost: $10 for lunch

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Keynote Speaker

Tasha Morrison

Tasha Morrison is a bridge-builder, reconciler and a compelling voice in the fight for racial justice. When she speaks, she expresses a passion for social justice issues across the globe.

 She has taken this message to audiences across the country at events that include:  IF: Gathering, the Justice Conference, Youth Specialties, Catalyst, Barna's Pastor's Conference, the Orange Conference and many others. 

A native of North Carolina, Tasha attended East Carolina University, earned a Master’s in Business from Liberty University. She has served as Children’s and Next Gen Director and currently serves as the Grow Pastor at Gateway Church Central in Austin, Texas. 

In Addition to her church positions, she has simultaneously cultivated "Be the Bridge," a ministry to equip and provide tools for those who are actively involved in taking the next steps toward racial unity.

At the heart of this incredible women, Tasha uses her platform to encourage racial reconciliation among all ethnicities, to promote racial unity in America, and to develop others to do the same.

When not captivating audiences with her dynamic presentations and conscious raising workshops, Tasha can be found exploring her new hometown of Austin, Texas, drinking tea, laughing with friends, and viewing Christmas movies and listening to Christmas music all year long!

Workshops include:

  • Serving the Stranger Among Us
    Patty Lane, Director of Intercultural Ministries, Texas Baptists
  • Same Kind of Different: Building Cross Racial Friendships
    Ryan Jespersen, Director of Urban Missions, Texas Baptists