Converge board chair honored at White House for standing against hate
Culture & society
Darryn Scheske, Converge Board of Overseers chair, was honored at the White House during the United We Stand Summit September 15. The Summit was instituted to “counter the corrosive effects of hate-fueled violence on our democracy and public safety,” according a news release.
Scheske, lead pastor of Heartland Church in Fishers, Indiana, was among 16 people from across the United States honored as a “Uniter.”
“These heroes are leading extraordinary work in their communities to stand together against hate, build bridges and heal divides,” the news release read.
Watch Pastor Scheske's introduction at the White House at the 6:46:57 video mark.
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Converge is a movement of churches working together to help people meet, know and follow Jesus. We do this by starting and strengthening churches together worldwide.