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Living Into the Beloved Community: Making the Beloved Community Real February 1, 2017

Download this resources as a PDF Often, we hear the term “beloved community,” and seek to live into it without a firm grasp on how to do so. Using the

Equity Group Activity Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Print Materials Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection Vital Conversations
Ageism: What it Looks Like February 1, 2017

Click here to download this resource Ageism is: stereotyping individuals or groups on the basis of their age (either too young or too old); patronizing the elderly or younger people;

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25 Traits of The Beloved Community February 1, 2017

Click here to download this resource “Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands

Equity Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Print Materials Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection Tip Sheet Vital Conversations
Roll Down, Justice! A Lenten Biblical Reflection January 31, 2017

Click here for GCORR’s Lenten Biblical Reflection, Roll Down, Justice! Lent, a period of 40 days of reflection between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday, offers Christians an opportunity to renew

Race and Ethnicity Worship Resources
Vital Conversations 3: Young Adults, Social Justice and the Church January 21, 2017

SERIES 3 Vital Conversations 3: Young Adults, Social Justice and the Church is a 14 part series designed to spark grassroots engagement and features study guides for each video talk that

Video Vital Conversations
10 Ways to Become More Faithful than Post-Racial January 20, 2017

Click here to download this resource as a PDF In 2016, 58 percent of the Americans surveyed by the Pew Research Center said that the increasing racial, ethnic, and national

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The Intersectionality of Physical and Mental Disabilities and Race December 23, 2016

Faced with a multitude of challenges including accessibility, economic and educational opportunities, social acceptance, and unrecognized or ignored abilities, individuals who are physically and mentally differently-abled are often excluded from

Discussion Guide Equity Race and Ethnicity
Guilt vs. Shame December 23, 2016

Brené Brown, author and theologian, offers an easily accessible definition of guilt and shame. It turns out, “guilt” and “shame” are two different things but we often combine them as

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Learning from Strangers: Best Practices for Cross-Racial and Cross-Cultural Ministry December 22, 2016

The United Methodist Church is called to be a global church. The Gospel of transformative love extends across national, linguistic, and racial boundaries, and this is joyful news! One of

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Baptism and Call to Justice December 22, 2016

The United Methodist Church’s Baptismal Covenant is bold! Our church has a long history of care and concern for those who are oppressed. We believe that discipleship includes the work

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GCORR is building the capacity of The United Methodist Church to be contextually relevant and to reach more people, younger people, and more diverse people as we make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.