Bishop Masters discusses the challenges involved with worshipping and attracting people to church during the pandemic. He then speaks about the need to retain the Electoral College in voting and the current issues with the transition. In addition, he explains that local groups may attend the inauguration in Washington, D.C. The country is ready for a female to serve in the White House, according to Masters. Serious national issues now need to be addressed.
He then speaks about the Black Lives Matter movement and compares it to earlier slogans such as “Black Power.” Those supporting the cause face feedback from all perspectives. Bishop Masters explains that the slogans provide a sense of belonging, unity, love, and peace. The names also send a message to law enforcement about treating all people with respect and dignity. He adds that we cannot be blinded by racism and fear, and must turn to one another instead of on one another.