Bishop Mueller’s Statement on Derek Chauvin Trial Verdict

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April 21, 2021

George Floyd’s death was a watershed moment for many white Americans as we realized the true depth and breadth of racism. Today, a jury found the police officer guilty of murder. Justice, which is an essential component of healing, has been served. 

We have a long way to go on this journey and it is my firm conviction that those who accept Jesus as Savior and choose for him to be Lord of our lives should be trailblazers. I fervently pray we will continue our commitment as United Methodists in Arkansas to work diligently to dismantle the sin of racism and build God’s reconciliation.

Grace and peace,




Gary E. Mueller


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