The Future of Racial Reconciliation with David Bailey
CEO & Founder, Arrabon
January 12, 2021 at 7 pm CST
In a divided world, how do communities of faith do the hard work of reconciliation? Join us for a conversation with David Bailey, founder of Arrabon, an organization that equips leaders to deal with racial issues with cultural intelligence. David regularly leads significant discussions on race relations in this country, particularly among communities of faith.
Platform: Zoom (Online Event)
David M. Bailey is a public theologian and culture maker who believes the church should lead by example in effective cross-cultural engagement and practices in reconciliation. He’s the CEO and founder of Arrabon; an organization that builds reconciling communities in the midst of a digital, diverse, and divided world. David is an active speaker, consultant and strategist for many national organizations about cultural intelligence and culture-making. He is the co-author of the Race, Class, and the Kingdom of God Study Series. David is the executive producer of documentary 11am: Hope for America’s Most Segregated Hour and the Urban Doxology Project. He's rooted at East End Fellowship and serves on the preaching team. David's greatest honor in life is to be married to his wonderful wife, Joy.