Reconciliation Defined in God’s Time

Monday, 25 October 2010, 9:50 | Category : Building Bridges of Hope to End Racism
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On Wednesday mornings the first email I usually receive is from a colleague who I affectionately call my “E-mail Pastor”. Her notes are always brief, powerful and always include a prayer. Last week she sent this message and I asked permission to share it our Grace and Race web site. May you be blessed by […]

Teachable Moments – Timely dialogue about issues of race in America

Sunday, 17 October 2010, 19:12 | Category : Cultural Diversity, Seminars
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This will be a seven week seminar and dialogue about issues of race in America. The goal is to increase our knowledge about race and to build bridges of understanding and acceptance between people of diverse backgrounds. Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell – lead facilitator.  (202) 841-1162 Friday, October 22 – Dec 11, 2010 Doors open […]

Race is an unjust judge

Sunday, 17 October 2010, 6:00 | Category : Building Bridges of Hope to End Racism
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In Luke 18.1-8, Jesus shares a parable with those gathered to demonstrate the necessity of prayer and faith.  He tells them of an unjust judge who neither fears God nor respects anyone.  Consequently, one may wonder by what authority does this judge render his verdicts and to what purpose does this vocation fulfill, having no […]

Grace and Race Ministries, Inc invites you to attend the Ambassadors of Racial Reconciliation Study Series

Tuesday, 12 October 2010, 21:26 | Category : Ambassadors Call, Event Registration, Events
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This is a seven week series of seminars designed to prepare the participants to become facilitators for racial reconciliation dialogues. Each session is one hour, 6:30- 7:30 p.m. and will be held on Friday evenings from October 22 – December 10 excluding November 26th.  The  curriculum includes  topics such as Why It Is So Difficult […]

Great is Thy Faithfulness

Monday, 4 October 2010, 12:59 | Category : Building Bridges of Hope to End Racism
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I confess that I sometimes feel frustrated by the attitudes people express about promoting racial reconciliation. The comments run the gamut from “We do not have a racial problem in our post-racial United States of America,” to “Race problems are too deeply ingrained to be changed.” As I studied the lectionary readings for October, I […]