Dr. Sharon Mancha shares her experience with racism and her determination to combat it with love. She explains how the love of God is greater than hate. You will take away from this podcast a real perspective on how God’s love can heal us and bring us into a faith community that can model healing to our world. She shares her battle to keep her heart free to love beyond her negative experiences with hate and racism because of the color of her skin. She advocates that love is our weapon against racism.
This episode of The Power of Intimacy With Christ is about digging into your real self and investigating what is in your heart, your spirit, psychological mindset, and that we are called to responsibility as stewards of God’s love toward human community. Mancha stresses an authentic love that drives a real inner reflection for wholeness that compels us to love others. She is transparent, and you will gather nuggets to find healing from the impact of racism for both sides of the experience. Join her for this powerfully informative episode that’s full of resources for changing your heart as well as the heart of others.
She states, “God’s love is colorless but beautiful in His creation of diversity.” She sees that relationship with God is necessary to change segregation within our churches across the globe and that it will demand hard work to dig deep enough to ‘fess up and clean it up (1 John 2:11). Click here for more of Mancha’s teaching about racism and how to combat it.