As the recent discord surrounding Confederate memorials became a nationwide conversation, an excellent article was published in the September issue of Christianity Today:
With the author’s permission, Dream of Destiny director, Travis Hurley, recently preached the article, supplementing it with additional Scriptures and thoughts. The audio from the message is available here, and the PowerPoint for the message is also available here.
We pray this content will help shape how you handle this sensitive issue in your sphere of influence.
About Travis Hurley
Travis Hurley is the director of the Dream of Destiny Initiative, because he is convinced that visible unity – unity that the world can see crossing ethnic, socioeconomic, generational and denominational lines – is a powerful testimony of the power of the Gospel of Jesus to reconcile people to Him and to each other.
A graduate of Ozark Christian College and Cincinnati Christian University, Travis has been working in multi-ethnic ministry for over 15 years. He is a doctoral candidate at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, pursuing a D.Min in multi-ethnic leadership, while continuing to teach and consult on issues of unity and diversity in the body of Christ.
Travis and his wife Dena have been married for over 20 years. They have four children, two sons-in-law, and two grandkids.
For more information, or to have Travis come speak, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.