How do we as Christian women come together to bridge the racial divide and pursue biblical justice? This month we focus on Racial Reconciliation in Our Churches. Our panelists candidly share their personal stories and suggestions for becoming bridge-builders in our churches. This session is guest moderated by Nicole Martin, Vice President of Church Engagement and Executive Director of Trauma Healing at American Bible Society.
Resources for racial reconciliation in the church:
- Moderator and panelist bios
- Implicit Association Test (IAT) from Harvard
- “White Christians Have Become Even Less Motivated to Address Racial Injustice” – Barna article
- “White Christian America Needs a Moral Awakening” – The Atlantic article
- “Is There Racism in the Church?” – Interview with Dr. Tony Evans
- “Race and the Church—Tony Evans on Faith & Prejudice” – Dr. Tony Evans, interviewed by Nona Jones
- The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby
- White Too Long by Robert P. Jones
Save the date for future Candid Conversations:
- October 22 – A Look Back: What have we learned, and where do we go from here?