As we continue to have delicate discussions about race relations, Dream of Destiny is pleased to feature the voice of Sinai Bebo. We repost her work in its entirety and with her permission from The Round, September 4, 2016. A shot has been fired. We don’t know what damage the bullet will do. This shot
With college back in full swing and many schools wrestling with how to provide a “world home” environment on campus to students of all ethnicities, cultures and backgrounds, Ozark Christian College’s new associate director of diversity offered some suggestions to the incoming students. Dream of Destiny thought these were worth passing along to our readers.
Meet Victor Knowles Victor Knowles is founder and president of POEM (Peace on Earth Ministries), founded in Joplin, MO in 1992. POEM ‘s purpose is to challenge those who share the same religious heritage in the Restoration Movement to recognize one another as brothers and sisters in Christ, and to reach out to all who believe on
The following post was written by Rob Daniels, Executive Pastor of Westbrook Christian Church in Bolingbrook, Illinois and one of the thought leaders behind the creation of the Race and Restoration Summit. Interestingly, while the communities (and places like my home church, Deer Creek Christian Church) where I was raised were very racially and economically diverse,
For many of us, Dr. Perkins is a living legend. And in light of recent events in Baltimore, his message is needed now more than ever. My children grew up reading about Dr. Perkins in the book, Hero Tales (Vol 2), where a brief summary of his life and accomplishments were featured alongside other heroes of
On January 15th, 2015, Dream of Destiny Director Travis Hurley had the privilege of preaching in the chapel service at Ozark Christian College. The series: “Well Done.” Trav’s topic: “We Love Your Desire for Unity.” Intended to be an encouraging series of messages that highlight what this younger generation is doing well, Travis emphasized the