Welcome to the 14th Annual Student Congress on Racial Reconciliation (SCORR)! It is a blessing to have you join us for this unique conference, which focuses on the needs of students from culturally diverse backgrounds on the Christian College campus. Read more...
This Year's Theme
Prior to the death and resurrection of Christ, the relationship between Jews and Gentiles was described as the “wall of hostility” or the “dividing wall.” The work of Jesus on the cross has reconcilied fallen humanity to God. But Paul goes on to emphasize that Christ has made Jew and Gentile one in the New Covenant, "One New Humanity" (Ephesians 2:15). Read more...
The purpose of the annual Student Congress on Racial Reconciliation is to glorify God by empowering students to better face the challenges existing on their campuses, in their communities, and in society at large through multi-ethnic awareness and engaging in the active process of racial reconciliation. Read more...
Register now! The deadline is February 19, 2010. Click here to go to the downloadable .pdf form.
The schedule is ready! Plan your time now!
We are again blessed with an outstanding line-up of speakers and facilitators this year, led by Richard Twiss, Daniel White Hodge, Eric Iverson, and old friends Linda Kazibwe and Chris Rattay.
Come learn, share, and grow in sessions led and moderated by conference speakers and students alike. Several options will be available, including sessions on arts in reconciliation, biblical justice, and balancing global and local diversity issues.
Worship sessions, a keynote address from Richard Twiss, a drama presentation, and the annual Taiko concert help to highlight our time together.
On our journey together to build the Kingdom of God, we encounter many challenges in understanding ourselves and our society. The written word is an important resource to draw from... read more
Biola's Department of Multi-Ethnic Programs works to engage students in holistic personal development, racial reconciliation, and the development of an authentic community of diverse believers.
Biola’s campus rests on the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties, in one of the largest and most diverse metropolitan areas in the world, a place brimming with ministry potential. Directions and a map of campus are here.
Mr. Richard Twiss
Founder, Wiconi Ministries.
Mr. Ivan Chung
Director, International Student Services, Biola University.
Mr. Donald Gordon
Senior Transfer Student Counselor, Biola University
Dr. Daniel White Hodge
Hip Hop scholar, author.
Mr. Eric Iverson
Multicultural Integrity Director, Youthworks, Minneapolis.
Ms. Linda Kazibwe
Worship leader, teacher, poet, musician, speaker.
Ms. Chiraphone Khampouvong
Director, Office of World Missions, Azusa Pacific University.
Ms. Tamra Newman
Director of Multi-Ethnic Outreach, Biola University.
Mr. Chris Rattay
Epicentre Church, East Los Angeles.
Mr. Luis Reyna
Ms. Liana Sims
Ms. Tabitha Verdick