Children and Grace

Tuesday, 15 January 2013, 23:25 | Category : Children and Youth, Reconciliation Reflections, Teachable Moments
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By Rev. Brenda Girton-Mitchell, Founder & President I spend a lot of my time focused on what we can do to help our children prepare for success in life. I read a lot of research studies and attend numerous seminars and discussions.  One of my great takeaways is this: all children can learn! What they learn […]

Grace

Tuesday, 3 January 2012, 18:18 | Category : Reconciliation Reflections
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But because God was so gracious, so very generous, here I am. And I’m not about to let his grace go to waste! Corinthians 15:10-11 (MSG Bible) I read an article on our church website which challenged us to think of one word to symbolize our resolutions for the New Year. I chose the “word […]

The Help—Truth-Telling, Shame and Authenticity

Friday, 23 September 2011, 19:35 | Category : Reconciliation Reflections, Teachable Moments
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We are pleased to share this reflection for your consideration. Remember that even a fictional story can provide an opportunity to examine our thoughts and actions and challenge us to reach for the best that is within us. By Rev. Leslie Copeland-Tune, D.Min. There are not enough positive images of African Americans in mass media […]

Register to attend TEACHABLE MOMENTS

Saturday, 27 August 2011, 8:10 | Category : Reconciliation Reflections, Teachable Moments
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The next Grace and Race Teachable Moments session will be Saturday, September 17, 2011 from 3-5 pm at Miracle Plaza, 96 Harry S. Truman Drive. We will have a facilitated discussion of the popular book and movie “The Help.” You may register online. There is no cost to register. Contributions are welcome to help cover […]

Stones of Hope

Saturday, 27 August 2011, 7:37 | Category : Racial Justice, Reconciliation Reflections
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Grace and Race Ministries, Inc, celebrates the official opening of The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial. Forty-eight years after Dr. King delivered the now famous, “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, the memorial will be dedicated to recognize his life  and contributions to creating a more peaceful, nonviolent […]