Harold Carter goes to the United Nations
This week, on Wednesday March 2, clergy leaders and members of the Global United Fellowship traveled to New York for a summit at the United Nations. The signal event of the summit was a Symposium on Global Peace, Reconciliation, Sustainable Development and Multicultural Understanding. Bishop Neil Ellis, the presiding bishop of GUF, gave the principal keynote address. Bishop Ellis and his wife, Patrice Michelle, were accompanied by about 3o members of the Mount Tabor Church (where he serves as pastor) for this historic moment.
Of special note to me, Pastor Harold Carter, the executive secretary of GUF, was one of the speakers for the symposium. His address was A Conversation on Culture: Bridging the Divide, An Analysis of Rapidly Changing Cultural Mores and Their Impact Upon Evangelical Recessionary Trends. I am delighted that my brother was able to participate with the other clergy as this was the first time a religious organization addressed the United Nations.
View the symposium at the UN site, Harold Carter begins at the 2hour 55minute mark