The Crux (&) The Call

Christianity Today

Love Your Frenemies

October 19, 2018

Good Grit Magazine

This discussion guide launched on May 23, 2017. It began as the brain child of Latasha Morrison as a response to a need she saw: people were having discussions about race and diversity within their own circles, but not outside of them. Many have a desire to make a difference but feel awkward, unprepared, afraid they will offend. Or they look around and realize they only know people who look and think like they do. But personal growth and understanding comes by hearing multiple perspectives. Empathy is built with time and trust. The goal of this guide is to provide a resource that would allow for bridges to be built not only between cultures, but between people. The work of racial reconciliation begins when two or more people from different backgrounds sit down to converse. 


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