Undivided: Leading Towards Racial Unity
A panel will discuss how we as leaders can move our communities, churches, and ministries toward racial unity.
- Date: October 10, 2019
- Time: Noon – 2:00pm
- Location: Coppell Bible Fellowship
Meet Your Panel!
Amy Kahn – Moderator
Amy Kahn is an emergency physician in Dallas, Texas who currently practices telemedicine. She and her husband, Andy, have been married for 18 years and have four children. They attend Northwest Bible Church and serve in ministry there by leading small groups. Amy is passionate about discussing race and the church because her family is multi-racial.
Rhonda Williams – Panelist
Rhonda Williams is a speaker and encourager who offers solutions for women in business and ministry. She has a Masters Degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and is the founder of the Extra Life Marketplace Ministry. Rhonda enjoys educating people in her financial business, teaching Bible study, authentic relationships, and spending quality time with her family and friends. As a Dallas native, Rhonda brings experience and a broad perspective to the conversation.
Nancy Frazier – Panelist
Nancy Reyes Frazier is currently pursuing a PhD in Theological Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Her interests include the intersection of theology and cultural phenomenology, particularly as it relates to revelation, incarnation, communal ethics, and the Arts.
Christian Williams – Panelist
Born and raised in Arkansas by a father who is a pastor and a mother who is a painter, Christian Williams is in the final year of her ThM at DTS, with an emphasis in Spiritual Formation. She love building safe, authentic, purposeful communities and communicating truth. Post graduation, she plan to continue as a writer and bible teacher with the goal of serving the local church by training up ministry leaders and caring for their spiritual life through mentoring and discipleship. She feel God’s pleasure most when she’s using my imagination, storytelling, and living in intentional relationships which yield to growth and transformation.