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Loudoun

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Race & the Local Church Discussion Panel

Panel Speakers

David Platt | Pastor-Teacher, McLean Bible Church

As the Pastor- Teacher of McLean Bible Church, David’s passion for both missions and discipleship has brought renewed commitment and energy as the church readies itself to respond as the Lord leads. David also serves as President of the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Previously, he served as pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Alabama. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, followed by Master's degrees of Divinity and Theology and a Doctorate of Philosophy from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. David is the author of Radical, Radical Together, Follow Me, and Counter Culture. 

Thabiti Anyabwile | Pastor, Anacostia River Church
 
Thabiti Anyabwile is one of the pastors for ARC. He has served as an elder and pastor in churches in NC, DC and the Cayman Islands. After a few years as a practicing Muslim, Thabiti was converted under the preaching of the gospel in the Washington DC area. He and his wife, Kristie, have three children. Thabiti is the author of several books, including The Life of God in the Soul of the Church; The Gospel for Muslims; What Is a Healthy Church Member?; The Decline of African-American Theology; and The Faithful Preacher. He blogs regularly at The Front Porch and Pure Church.

Dale Sutherland | Lead Pastor, McLean Bible Church

Dale's faithful leadership as Lead Pastor of McLean Bible Church consists of casting vision, shepherding the people, and providing pastoral oversight of the church where he previously served as the Director of Student Ministries and Director of Outreach for more than a decade. Prior to his employment at MBC, Dale served as an Officer and Detective with the DC Metro Police Department for over 20 years.

Michael Kelsey | Teaching Team Pastor, Montgomery County Campus Pastor, McLean Bible Church

Mike Kelsey is Campus Pastor at the McLean Bible Church Montgomery County location, and a member of the Teaching Team. Prior to this, Mike served faithfully in other pastoral roles including, Pastor of MBC’s Frontline Silver Spring. Born into a strong lineage of Washington, D.C. pastors, including both his father and grandfather, Mike grew up with a strong foundation in the gospel.

Christina Kposowa | Founder & CEO, CKPR Consulting

Christina attends the Montgomery County campus of McLean Bible Church. Christina has a wealth of experience managing strategic communications for non-profit organizations as well as some of the world's largest corporations. She specializes in storytelling, and has a talent for navigating complex cultural and communications challenges. She earned her degree in journalism from The University of Maryland, College Park with a citation in the College Park Scholars' Media, Self & Society Program, and currently resides in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Eric Saunders | Arlington Campus Pastor, McLean Bible Church

Originally from Chesapeake, Virginia, Eric served with WorldHelp, raising awareness to the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world. After also serving as a youth and college pastor in Portsmouth VA, he attended the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Raleigh, North Carolina, graduating with an Masters in Divinity in 2013. While there, he served as a lay Pastor at Christ Our King Community Church in Raleigh along with working in Community Development. He is passionate to see the Church take seriously the call of Jesus Christ and to follow him unreservedly.

 

Do Good Friday 2018

On Good Friday, we celebrate how God met our deepest need for a Savior through Jesus Christ. We want to model His sacrificial love by serving the needs of others all throughout our community with “Do Good Friday" on Friday, March 30.

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