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Akwaaba: Learning the Art of Hospitality from Akan Wisdom

PRONUNCIATION: Ah-Kwah-Bah EXAMPLES IN USE TRANSLATED TO ENGLISH:[1] Dressed informally, he made us very welcome; On the second day, he noticed the love and peace demonstrated in the enthusiastic welcome

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments Equity Multiculturalism
Entering into the Story of Others

A Small Group Resource Entry Point: place of initial opportunity; first access; where we begin. Everything has an entry point: Our homes offer front, back, and sliding doors as entry

Intercultural Competency
Steps of Discipleship: A Reflection on John 1

Steps of Discipleship: A Reflection on John 1 43 The next day Jesus decided to leave for Galilee. Finding Philip, he said to him, “Follow me.” 44 Philip, like Andrew

Self Reflection Worship Resources
Lent and Easter: Resisting Racism

It would be very hard to find anyone who would say they were against resisting racism. Yet, racism persists both in our world and in The United Methodist Church. To

Collection of Resources Discussion Guide Equity Group Activity Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection Vital Conversations Worship Resources
Facing the Future 2018

Hundreds of pastors in cross-racial/cross-cultural ministry from across the country gathered to learn and network on May 7-9, 2018, at Facing the Future 2018, The General Commission on Religion and Race’s third

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments News
Church to Community Webinars: Concepts that Deliver Results

Webinar Resource for UMC Churches Is your church looking for ways to reach more people across lines of race, age and class? Are you looking for new ideas and concepts

Church Spotlight Church to Community Other Types
Toolkit for Unpacking Puerto Rico

Photo by Kathleen Barry, UMNS “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger

Equity Intercultural Competency Toolkit Vital Conversations
Vital Conversations: Puerto Rico

Vital conversations help us to dig deeper than everyday talk, superficial debates between our already standing beliefs, or reinforcements of stereotypes, prejudices and privileges. Puerto Rico, its people, and its

Vital Conversations with Bryan Eason

Join us on Tuesday, October 10 at 9pm ET/8pm CT on Facebook live. In this Vital Conversation, musician, activist, community organizer and public school teacher, Bryan Eason asks us to

Video Vital Conversations
Toolkit for Ministry Post-Charlottesville

As we approach the one year anniversary of white nationalists assaulting Charlottesville with hate speech, racialized terror tactics, and a weaponized car, we know of their plans to invade DC

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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.