Month: June 2020

Investing in the Future of the Church

While we are in the midst of Covid-19, racial injustice, and social unrest, the life and work of the Church must continue. We founded the Campolo Center with a sense of urgency and a commitment to investing in the lives

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Unconscious Discrimination: Tony’s Video Series #12

If Christians and the Church do not bear witness to the reconciliation of God’s children, or in the Apostle Paul’s words, “Jew and Greek,” “slave and free,” “male and female,” how can we expect the world to reflect this unity?

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

These are indeed extraordinary times. Between pandemic and loss, injustice, and ensuing protests, our nation is grieving. But the question remains: how will we make the most of this time now, for reflection, introspection, mediation, prayer, and intentionality and prepare for the

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A Letter from the Executive Director

(Photo: June 2019 –  Distinguished Eastern University Alum, Bryan Stevenson ‘81 and Campolo Center Executive Director, Robert Gauthier ‘08, at the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) offices in Montgomery, AL) • • • • • Greetings in Christ, friend, and co-laborer

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Where Do We Turn in Such a Time as This?

We’ve been listening and praying. We firmly believe that it is our responsibility to do the hard work of interrogating our nation’s history of racism in order to truly grasp the deadly ramifications of these social ills and structural sins. Photo:

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