Talking about Race & Gospel Hope w/ Isaac Adams

In this episode, I talk with pastor Isaac Adams about his recent book Talking about Race: Gospel Hope for Hard Conversations (Zondervan, 2022). In our discussion, Isaac shares his approach to having conversations about race, his insights about racial issues and pastoral ministry, and some of his process in writing and shaping his book.
Isaac is lead pastor of Iron City Church in Birmingham, AL. He also is the founder of the ministry "United? We Pray." 
Read his most recent book: 
Talking about Race: Gospel Hope for Hard Conversations (Zondervan, 2022)
Read his previous book on Christian maturity: 
Training: How Do I Grow as a Christian? (9Marks | Christian Focus)

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