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Our lives change when we sit with one another and converse. Holding Up Your Corner: Guided Conversations about Race is a group experience for learning and discussion, equipping communities to begin addressing issues of race and injustice together. You will be introduced to the concept of Empathetic Models of Transformation [EMT] and its three points: Acknowledge, Affirm, and Act. Each of the six segments consists of a Reflection, Objective, Table Activity, and Notes. Other highlights included in the Participant Guide is a Privilege Quiz, a Guide to Language and Terminology about Race, and a list of recommended resources for further study and action.
Note: Visit www.AbingdonPress.com/HoldingUpYourCorner to download the group facilitator's guide, which includes a list of video clips. The website also features additional resources, presentation slides, and downloadable documents.
Number of Pages: 46
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2017|
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Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in AmericaMichael Emerson, Christian SmithOxford University Press / 2001 / Trade Paperback$15.99 Retail:
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Holding Up Your Corner: Guided Conversations About Race is a unique, conversation-based experience that pastors facilitate for their communities.
The resource includes everything pastors need to organize, host, and lead the events:
- a one- or two-day Conversation, hosted by the church, including people from the congregation and the wider community
- people from various backgrounds gather for large-group presentations and small-group discussions
- includes multiple video Conversation Starters from pastors and others across the US who share their own experiences, fears, and realizations about race
- face to face conversations lead to radically new understanding
- each community determines the outcomes of their own Conversations, which may include new relationships and ministries in the community
The Promise for Participants:
Our lives change when we sit with one another and converse. When we share our own stories and listen to another. Real, honest, vulnerable conversation leads to empathy. It fosters our understanding and sharpens our convictions. It breaks down barriers and builds surprising new relationships. Conversation leads to change.
Gather with diverse people from your community for a series of guided conversations that will empower you individually and together to embody God's promises of hope and justice for all.
F. Willis Johnson has served in professional ministry in Indiana and North Carolina for the last 15 years. He currently leads Wellspring Church in Ferguson, MO, as senior minister, where thousands have been influenced by his prophetic, faith-filled reflections and strategies on social justice and racial understanding. He counsels Bishops, General Board agencies, Conferences and local churches across the country. Johnsons writing and lecturing credits range from TIME Magazine, National Public Radio, universities and seminaries, to the Smithsonians National Museum of African American History Culture.
He is also Vosburgh Visiting Professor of Ministry and Social Engagement at Drew Theological School.