Garland Hunt

Author, Pastor & Co-Founder of The One Race Movement

Garland Hunt is the senior pastor of The Father's House in the Metro Atlanta area and co-founder of the OneRace Movement. A member of the Georgia Bar Association, Hunt is active in the political arena and is a long-time advocate of religious liberties. He has held multiple governor-appointed positions within the Georgia state government, including Chairman of the State Board of Pardons and Paroles and Commissioner of Juvenile Justice. Hunt also served as President of Chuck Colson-founded Prison Fellowship. Hunt's passion and part of God's call on his life is to bring racial reconciliation to the body of Christ and to help Christians in their journey toward spiritual maturity.

Why Read Crisis in America

Thought-Provoking

Speaks to the racial injustice and long-standing issues that divide our country into two parties. All while speaking from a Christian perspective.

Engaging

Crisis In America is hard to put down, once you have started reading. The first chapter will have you hooked.

Relational

Focus on the heartbeat of issues in the United States. The book is honest and cultivates the range of emotions that are flooding our country.

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