On a recent trip to Cape Town, South Africa, I became aware of how predominant the issue of race still is there. On my previous trips I somehow missed the fact that while legal barriers of (apartheid) racial segregation have been eliminated, most of those barriers still stand in the minds, conversations, and lives of people. Pastors of different races must deal daily with the history of hurt and the wounds so prone to be reopened by reminders of inequalities past and present.
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