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The College of Biblical Studies and Special Guest Tony Dungy Honor Dr. A. Charles Ware During 'Imagine' Gala

NEWS PROVIDED BY
College of Biblical Studies
March 6, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 6, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- Thursday, February 27, CBS held its "Imagine" Gala at the Indianapolis Marriott downtown to honor Indy's own Dr. A. Charles Ware for his years of leadership as a college president, pastor, and speaker on racial reconciliation in Indianapolis and cities across the nation.
 
Dr. Ware is founder of Grace Relations Network and is a well-known leader in multicultural ministry and racial reconciliation.

Dr. Ware was humbled by the evening and the ballroom filled with lives that he has personally impacted. "This was such an incredible evening. The heart and excellence of the CBS team was on full display in their endeavor to honor my service. To see so many people come to pay tribute was deeply moving."

An international authority and life coach on race/ethnic reconciliation matters, Dr. Ware has founded and collaborated in forming numerous reconciliation organizations and spearheaded seven national multiracial ministry conferences. He and CBS continue to seek solutions to develop and maintain a loving, diverse environment on a moral foundation.

"At CBS, we equip people with the Word of God to go into diverse cultures as salt and light in whatever vocation they are called," said CBS President Dr. Bill Blocker. "Dr. Ware has been leading this charge in Indianapolis for years, and it is our great pleasure to honor him tonight."

The evening included entertainment by InUnity, an inspirational message from CBS alum Rashad Cunningham, pastor of Church on the Rock, and an in-depth conversation with former Indiana Colts coach, Tony Dungy. 13 WTHR meteorologist Chuck Lofton emceed the event.

Coverage of the event included 13 WTHR, Indianapolis Reporter
and Radio One.

About the College of Biblical Studies
The
College of Biblical Studies is located in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and Houston. Leveraging its academic rigor and biblical worldview training, CBS offers a nationally and regionally accredited college education on campus and online, with several programs offered in the Spanish language. Students receive transformational education and training for service to families, ministries, businesses, and communities around the world. CBS has provided biblically based education to more than 26,000 students since 1976 and is ranked as one of the lowest tuitions in the nation.

SOURCE College of Biblical Studies

CONTACT: Melinda Merillat, 832-252-0745
  


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