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Education & Discipleship

Below is a list of resources on our web site related this ministry. Feel free to use the filter checkboxes to narrow your search and easily find what you are looking for.


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Racism and Reconciliation: Learning Resources

The history of racial injustice can be overwhelming, but we want to be a part a future that better reflects the Kingdom of God. Change takes time, and there is much to learn and discuss – especially for those of us who are white. We’re abundantly thankful for the diversity of people who call Woodland Hills their church home. But as a predominantly white church, we want to provide resources for our people to wrestle with these issues. Read More 


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Podcasts

1619 Code Switch Seeing White Shalom Y’All Uncivil Back to main page


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Teen Resources

Dear Martin Nic Stone For Everyone Jason Reynolds The Hate U Give Angie Thomas also available on video Just Mercy, Young Adult Edition Bryan Stevenson also available on video March John Lewis and Andrew Aydin Illustrated by Nate Powell Piecing Me Together Renee Watson The Port Chicago 50: Disaster, Mutiny, and the Fight for Civil Rights Steve Sheinkin Stamped: Racism, … Read More 


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Children’s Resources

A Kids Book About Racism Jelani Memory Antiracist Baby Ibram X. Kendri Illustrated by Ashely Lukashevsky Can I Touch Your Hair? Irene Latham & Charles Waters Illustrated by Sean Qualls & Selina Alko Colorfull: Celebrating the Colors God Gave Us Dorena Williamson Illustrated by Cornelius Van Wright & Ying-Hwa Hu Equality’s Call: The Story of Voting Rights in America Deborah … Read More 


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Books – Deeper Dives or Specific Issues

The Cross and the Lynching Tree James H Cone (Orbis, 2011) Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America Michael O. Emerson and Christian Smith (Oxford UP, 2000) Exclusion and Embrace: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and Reconciliation Miroslav Volf (Abingdon, 1996) Jesus and the Disinherited Howard Thurman (Beacon, 1976) Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and … Read More 


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Books – Good Places to Begin

Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation Latasha Morrison (WaterBrook, 2019) Beyond Colorblind: Redeeming our Ethnic Journey Sarah Shin (IVP, 2017) The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism Jemar Tisby (Zondervan, 2019) Dear White Peacemakers Osheta Moore (Herald, forthcoming in January 2021) Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us … Read More 


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Racism and Reconciliation

The history of racial injustice can be overwhelming, but we want to be a part a future that better reflects the Kingdom of God. Change takes time, and there is much to learn and discuss – especially for those of us who are white. We’re abundantly thankful for the diversity of people who call Woodland Hills their church home. But as a predominantly white church, we want to provide resources for our people to wrestle with these issues. Read More 


Men’s Bible Study Online

The Wednesday evening Men’s Bible Study will be meeting online for midweek fellowship and encouragement with other men in our church body. Read More 


Men’s Bible Study Online

The Wednesday evening Men’s Bible Study will be meeting online for midweek fellowship and encouragement with other men in our church body. Read More 


Men’s Bible Study Online

The Wednesday evening Men’s Bible Study will be meeting online for midweek fellowship and encouragement with other men in our church body. Read More 


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"Thank you for this ministry! It has transformed my life in some really radical ways. God has broken down so many barriers and exposed so many lies that have taken some serious burdens from my heart. It has given me hope, freedom and purpose I never could have imagined possible."

– Jenny, from Wisconsin