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Millennials thiab haiv neeg Reconciliation

Qhov no yog lub dawm tham ntawm lub qhov ua siab tshaj ERLC Khetos txoj ntoo zoo thiab haiv neeg Reconciliation. Hauv qab no yog cov manuscript los ntawm cov lus ntawd.

Hmo ntuj no, Kuv twb tau hais kom koj txog millennials thiab haiv neeg reconciliation. Thiab kuv xav privileged sawv ntsug ntawm no thiab pab yog rau txoj kev no siv zog amazing ntawm kev sib sau nyob hauv tus vaj tswv lub tsev teev ntuj.

As a rapper, I’ve been a part of a lot of concerts over the years with lots of millennials and people of all age ranges. And I’ve seen that music really has a way of unifying people. There are some concerts where there is only one demographic of people: maybe it’s all soccer moms and white suburban teens, or all urban college students, or all southern baptist pastors wearing khakis (Alright, maybe not that last one). But there are also many where there are all kinds of people— young and old, black and white, and many other groups. And people who observe it often marvel at the diversity, and I think it’s a really good thing as well.

While I do think that’s cool and wonderful, I do not think it’s as impressive as some make it out to be. Every day there are