Dallas pastors trade places to help bridge racial gap | ABC WFAA 8

Dallas pastors trade places to help bridge racial gap
Bryan Carter (right) and Jeff Warren (left)

DALLAS — From a disturbing fraternity chant to protests over the police shootings of black teens, tensions have flared recently over race relations in America. But on Palm Sunday, two Dallas pastors from opposite sides of the city found a new way to deliver a powerful message to their congregations.They traded pulpits for a day, preaching to the each other’s church.”Today we’re focused on racial reconciliation, that God loves everyone,” said Rev. Bryan Carter, senior pastor of Concord Church, a predominantly African-American congregation in South Dallas.

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