As the national spotlight shines on tensions in Ferguson, Missouri, a local pastor facilitated a discussion on confrontations between citizens and police and race relations in central Georgia.
Tuesday, 10 pastors from Warner Robins, Macon and Fort Valley gathered around one table.
They discussed their responsibilities as religious leaders to build better relationships between their congregations and law enforcement.
They also talked about the perceptions among young people, especially minorities, of police officers.
"What can we learn from the events in Ferguson?" Pastor Wynn asks, opening the discussion.
These individuals came together not just as church leaders, but also community leaders, as they emphasized the importance of leading by example.