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'Jesus Calls Us to a Higher Way': Dr. Ronnie Floyd Says Christians Should Lead Racial Reconciliation


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Dr. Ronnie Floyd, the senior pastor of the Cross Church located in Springdale, Arkansas, says Christians need to stop letting our nation define who we are.

Floyd, 63, also serves the president of the National Day of Prayer, an annual day of prayer inviting people of all faiths to pray for our nation. 

Floyd recently delivered a message of love and racial unity at the Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  The church was the site of a mass shooting in 2015 in which a 21-year-old man murdered nine African American church members, including the senior pastor during a service. 

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Efrem Graham

Efrem Graham is an award-winning journalist who came to CBN News from the ABC-owned and operated station in Toledo, Ohio. His most recent honor came as co-anchor of the newscast that earned the station’s morning news program its first Emmy Award. Efrem was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, but his formal television and journalism career was born across the Hudson River in New York City. He began as an NBC Page and quickly landed opportunities to work behind-the-scenes in local news, network news, entertainment, and the network’s Corporate Communications Department. His work earned him the NBC