Is racism a sin? And if so, who must repent? A panel of faith leaders met Thursday evening at Northland, A Church Distributed in Longwood to tackle these and other weighty issues, during a discussion about the role religion can play in improving race relations in Central Florida and beyond.
Dr. Hunter served as senior pastor of Northland Church in Longwood, Florida for 32 years. In 2017 he transitioned from that role on a mission to “go from my best interpretation of what the Bible says, to my best imitation of how Jesus lived.” In 2018, Orlando Magazine listed him as the #1 most powerful voice for philanthropy and community engagement. And 2019 was his sixth year to be highlighted as one of Orlando's "50 Most Powerful."
Now, Dr. Hunter, a full-time volunteer, serves as the Chairman of the Community Resource Network, a non-profit organization that he founded, focuses on helping the marginalized - specifically homeless families. Dr. Hunter is the immediate past Chair of the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness.
He also leads SIMPLE HELP, a growing movement of everyday helpers doing simple things to make the world better.