Building an abiding relationship with someone of another race can be tricky and will take time. In many ways it is like building a strong healthy marriage.
To that end, you’ll find a series of tip sheets below. They are based on more than a decade of leading racial reconciliation discussion groups and panel discussions on race in churches.
- 6 Ways for Church Folk to Break Down Racial Walls
- 10 Ways to Have a Healthy Dialogue on Race
- 5 Tips for those who want to start a racial reconciliation discussion group
- 5 Ways to Teach kids about biblical racial reconciliation
- 5 Ways to Talk About Racially-Charged Past
- 10 Lessons I Learned From Living in the ‘Hood
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If you have questions or suggestions for other tip sheets, don’t hesitate to email me.