Christians celebrated 100 years of Ku Klux Klan prayer against racism

After more than a hundred years after a large-scale meeting of the Ku Klux Klan atop stone mountain in Georgia, hundreds of Christians, representatives of different times and denominations, gathered in the same place, to condemn racism.

Climbing to the top of the mountain, the participants of the event called “One race” took part in the Day of reconciliation, prayer and worship. They argue that this event was a step to fulfill the will of Jesus.

“Jesus said that the world will know that we are His disciples when we love each other and be United. It is God’s heart. He wants us to be one, were of one race,” explains Eric Cha, one of the participants in prayer.

At this event, the pastors signed a Covenant of the Atlantic, promising to oppose racism and division in Christianity.

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