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The "Roadmap to Reconciliation: Implementation Guide" is a one-stop resource to inspire, equip, and train an emerging generation of leaders.

Through this program, Church Leaders will become Reconcilers, with a clear sense of vision based on a proven model; a deeper theology to teach and lead from; a more coherent language by which to talk about Faith and Justice; a guiding set of principles from which to orient themselves along the journey; numerous real life examples to be inspired from; and a comprehensive plan for approaching this call from a Christ-centered, missional perspective.

“The journey towards engaging deeper levels of reconciliation is an important one, but one also fraught with unforeseen landmines. Organizations looking to walk this path are wise to learn from the wisdom of those have gone before them, and to rely on curriculum that will help steer them through these complicated waters. 







If your group is looking to undertake a journey to more deeply and authentically engage with reconciliation, this is the curriculum you should use.”

Daniel Hill

Senior Pastor,
River City Community Church, Chicago, IL

Roadmap to Reconciliation is the fruit of over two decades of lived experience, as well as from the practiced implementation by dozens of like-minded organizations.

 

Roadmap has helped us honestly evaluate ourselves, our internal leadership structure, church culture, discipleship practices, and service and outreach activities in our neighborhood and city.

“Our church has pursued racial reconciliation and racial justice for several years and the Roadmap has helped us honestly evaluate ourselves, our internal leadership structure, church culture, discipleship practices, and service and outreach activities in our neighborhood and city. The Roadmap and corresponding materials provide powerful questions and challenging activities that will push your church to repent and reflect on individual and systemic injustices. In short, the Roadmap is a flexible Christian model for being a long-term reconciling community.”

Won Kim,

Director of Community Groups

New Community Church - Bronzeville, Chicago, IL

 

The "IGuide" helps your church plan for and implement a systemic shift toward faithfulness around reconciliation.

“If your ministry leadership knows that you should and could do more to live out your commitment to reconciliation and racial justice, but aren't sure how to take the next step, this process is the tool to guide you on that journey. Highly adaptable to your context, community, and needs, the IGuide helps you plan for and implement a systemic shift toward faithfulness around reconciliation, race and faith that will bless your ministry and build the kingdom!” 

Liz Mosbo VerHage,

Associate Pastor of Global & Local Ministries
Quest Church, Seattle, WA

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