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E22 Bruce Chats with Terrell Carter

Published on: 13th February, 2020
A much-delayed episode, Bruce chats Terrell Carter is an author, artist, pastor, professor, and former police officer specializing in addressing issues of race relations in the church and community. He is director of contextualized learning and assistant professor of practical theology at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, Kansas, and is the pastor of Webster Groves Baptist Church in St. Louis, Missouri.

He is the author of, "Healing Racial Divide: Finding Strength in Our Diversity" (Chalice Press, 2018)

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Bruce is a San Francisco-based pastor, writer, coach, and dad who muses on politics, race, technology, and pop culture. He podcasts at @rcpfamily and @brcandfriends can be found at @breyeschow on the socials.