Helping You Develop Racial Unity in your Church & your Community
A gospel-centered approach to antiracism.
At the Reconciliation Group, we desire to see the Church become a leader once again in the pursuit of justice and compassion around the world. To that end, we provide a variety of programs that are designed to encourage and equip white pastors and church leaders to become antiracism advocates within the body of Christ and their communities.
Churches are spending thousands on INTENT without gauging true IMPACT.
Nearly all pastors say churches play a vital role in reconciliation, but only half say it is among their church’s priorities. – The Barna Group
The Reconciliation Group is committed to experiencing life with others. We can present at a church-wide seminar, provide a keynote, lead a Q&A, give a reading, preach, or offer a combination of what’s helpful for your organization or event.
The Reconciliation Group will lead your team through an interactive workshop that will help your team understand the reality of racism in our culture today, while equipping you to engage your community around you with greater impact.
Does your staff need a fresh start? Are you building from the ground up? Let The Reconciliation Group walk alongside your team as they seek God’s heart to create truly loving, equitable spaces in your church and community.
A member of our team will meet with you, to review your specific organizational culture and needs, in order to determine the best program to accomplish your goals.
For our coaching programs, your staff will meet at regular intervals, in-person, with a member of The Reconciliation Group team, for specialized training and discussion. Throughout the intermediary months, your staff will commit to completing focused action steps.
After Your Program Is Complete, The Reconciliation Group Will Provide Follow-Up Resources For Your Next Steps, As Well As Offer Timely Feedback On Implementation Plans.
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