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with Kevin Conover

How Would Jesus Respond to Racism – William Clay

Jun 19, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin sits down with his good friend William Clay, who is African American. This is about starting the conversation. Kevin and William will discuss this sensitive issue and will trade stories on their differing life experiences.  Tune in to hear a great…

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin sits down with his good friend William Clay, who is African American. This is about starting the conversation. Kevin and William will discuss this sensitive issue and will trade stories on their differing life experiences.

Tune in to hear a great conversation between two great people and learn more about a topic that everyone should know more about. Check out more at www.christislove.org

This episode first aired on June 12th, 2020

Educate For Life with Kevin Conover airs Sundays 10-11pm.

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