An invitation to an honest, vulnerable, and healing conversation about race in America
Humility involves a curious and open receptivity to the views and experiences of others while avoiding slipping into either shame or defensiveness.
Conversations about race and racism can trigger many wounds and threaten personal views and values, and so many people simply “fight or flee” as a result.
Our “social location” as white people allows us a number of personal and collective advantages, perspectives, and experiences that we may not ever be aware of, while also shielding us from the experiences, perspectives and disadvantages of being non-white.
Jesus is the ultimate reconciler who humbly entered into the “social location” of humanity, and calls us to follow his path toward compassionate understanding through courageous humility.
Thursday afternoons, 12-1pm CT