Uniting Against Violence and Racism

Sunday, 26 November 2017, 19:25 | Category : Building Bridges of Hope to End Racism
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The Rev. Dr. Mary Ivey, Founder of Maine Street Ministries, extends an urgent invitation to the launching of “America’s Love, Race and Grace Partnership Program for the World!” The purpose is to plan community strategies to move forward against “BULLYING, DOMESTIC AND COMMUNITY VIOLENCE, AND RACISM” through the Love, Race and Grace humanitarian program. Wednesday, […]

Collaborative Bridge Builders

Tuesday, 29 August 2017, 13:48 | Category : Building Bridges of Hope to End Racism, Events, Racial Justice
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    Grace and Race Ministries, Inc. and Colesville United Methodist Church, in Silver Spring, Maryland, will be hosting a discussion with Dr. F. Willis Johnson, author of Holding up Your Corner: Talking About Race in Your Community. We will explore ways people of faith can work together to promote social justice and racial understanding. […]

No Passive Reconciliation, Please

Monday, 6 February 2017, 20:55 | Category : Building Bridges of Hope to End Racism
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Reverend J. Frederika Eaddy has written a bold and timely message to those who have the responsibility of preaching God’s Word. Sometimes out of the desire to get to the “Good News” we may fail to provide the emotional space  and practical application people need as they wrestle with their realities.  Preaching reconciliation is incomplete […]

A Child Will Lead Them…

By Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell I thought you might like this story from The Washington Post. Ten-year-olds tackle ‘The Lie’ of demeaning stereotypes in powerful video Elementary schoolchildren aim to counter the “lies” they hear about Muslims, African Americans, Latinos, Asians, girls: “I’m not a thief.” “I’m not a terrorist.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/ten-year-olds-tackle-the-lie-of-demeaning-stereotypes-in-powerful-video/2016/12/02/69b7e162-b02a-11e6-8616-52b15787add0_story.html   10-Year-Olds Tackle the Lies […]

Think on These Things

When we are confronted with life’s most difficult situations, it is often easy to go to a default reaction. But, life is complicated and the most serious situations require more from us as Christians. They require us to go much deeper and to tap into the well of living water. With the issue of race […]