Savannah Goes Colorblind


Commissioned To Love Outreach Ministries and Discipleship Centers Inc. is hosting the “Colorblind March” on December 9, 2012 at Forsyth Park at 3pm.

On December 12, 2012, there will be a free “Colorblind Concert” held at the same venue at 6pm. Studies conducted by Dr. Michael Emerson, a professor and co-director of the Institute for Urban Research at Rice University, found that only “5.4 percent of churches in the United States are racially integrated with no one group making up more than 80 percent of the congregation.”

Visionary of Colorblind and Founder of Commissioned To Love OMDC, Inc., Pastor Larinda King said, “God’s heart in Colorblind is to unify all nations through the life of Jesus. He came not just for the Jews, but for the Gentiles as well.”

“This generation wants to see Dr. King’s dream now!” continued King. The March will start at Forsyth Park, moving toward City Hall located on Bull Street. It will continue from City Hall, back to Forsyth Park. Artists ministering at Colorblind include Kimberly Gunn, Belinda Jane, Minister Randy Williams, and many more. For more information on how you can be a part of the movement, please visit www.gocolorblind.org or call Commissioned To Love OMDC, Inc. at 912-355- 0511. For more information about Commissioned To Love, please visit www.commissioned2love.org.



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