March 27 & 28: The Gospel & Race Conference

Presented by Hope Community Church


Monday, March 27, 7-9pm
Hope Community Church East
Everyone Invited, Cost: Free

Race and the Gospel – Eph 2:11-22

A number of events in 2016 caused our city and country to ask big questions about the reasons and ways our current structures fuel forms of racial prejudice. When looking for a solution, conversation can be a great starting point. However, a number of individuals and organizations are interested in discovering ways we can all move beyond conversation.
Come join us for an evening with Dwayne Bond to hear his perspective on ways the church can respond to the growing need to move beyond conversation.


Tuesday, March 28, 9am-9pm
Hope Community Church East
For Senior Pastors & Church Planters – $69

How can we be part of the solution?

There is a lot of racial tension in our city. Gather together with pastors and church planters to learn how we can move into ways that are healing for our cities.

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About the Presenter:

Dwayne Bond

Dwayne is the founder and Lead Pastor of Wellspring Church in Charlotte, NC, which he planted in March 2007. Following his recent graduation with a Ph.D in Professional Counseling from Liberty University (Lynchburg, VA), he started Proximus Group, LLC, which serves individuals, couples, families, pastors, executive leaders, and businesses. He has a Masters of Arts in Christian Counseling & Discipleship from Capital Bible Seminary (Lanham, MD), a Masters of Arts in Religion from Liberty University, and a B.S. in Finance from the University of Maryland.

Not only does Dwayne love learning, but he also has a passion for teaching. He taught Masters level students for ten years in the Counseling Department of Capital Bible Seminary and currently teaches as an Online Counseling Professor at Liberty University. He has counseled for over 3,000 hours and has coached and mentored men all across the United States.

He currently serves as a Council Member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition and the Executive Board of Acts 29, a church planting network. As Dwayne lives a life of service, he is most thankful for the opportunity to serve and shepherd his family. He has been married for over 26 years to his lovely wife Leslie who is his partner in ministry, a domestic engineer, home educator, math coach and speaker. They have three children: Jarami (23); Imani (19); and Kamin (15). He enjoys health and wellness, reading to learn, laughing and cutting up, traveling the world, watching basketball, gardening in the backyard, and dreaming and executing entrepreneurship visions.

October 5, 2012

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