Pastor Darryl Morrison and I met while studying together at Regent University in Virginia Beach. We discovered that we lived in the same Northern Virginia town and decided that we’d travel and room together over the years while studying at Regent.
During that time, our friendship grew deeper than ever. He and I share the heart to see those far from God reached. He and I also desire to pastor diverse, life-giving churches.
Pastor D Mo is a dear friend of The Edge Church and to me personally. Love you buddy!
There is a local pastor in the Raleigh area who really embodies the idea of having unity among local churches. Pastor Jimmy Carroll of Journey Church has a heart and vision to see the Raleigh area reached for Christ. I love him, I love his heart for the area and I love his desire to see unity in churches in this area.
I’ve always had it on my heart to demonstrate churches working in unity with each other. I think the unchurched don’t need yet another reason to leave God behind and churches/pastors bickering with each other is a great reason for the unchurched to call it quits.
If you’re unchurched and have experienced this in past churches, I’m sorry. Allow me to do something small to help change that…this is what I call the “Church Unity Project”.
Special thanks goes to Pastor Alain of The Community Church for shooting this video.