do justice. love mercy. walk humbly.

do justice. love mercy. walk humbly.

The world is full of hurting people

Inadvertently we judge, we minimize, we dismiss because it is outside of our personal experience. It is not our intention, we just don’t know.

Our mission is to build a world of women who listen, empathize, learn and grow. 

Who see the church as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Who want to learn  history to have a broader sense of where we have been and where we want to go.

Let us be about the work of Jesus.

How do you want to love courageously?

Racial Reconciliation

Understanding Childhood Trauma

Storytelling and Compassion

Welcome

I am so glad you found your way here.  

If you are interested in learning about trauma to help heal the wounded in the body of believers, in understanding racial trauma so you can serve with our sisters in true authenticity and in pursuing how social justice should be an imperative of the body of believers in order to begin the process of repenting and reconciling with our sisters of color and be about the work of Jesus – then you have found your place. (phew, that was a bit of a run-on sentence!)

Whether through group trainings, small groups or one-on-one coaching, this is a safe place to learn about ourselves, our biases and suppositions and to be the salt and light that Jesus intended for a hurting world.

Grab your drink of choice (mine being the chemical diet coke) and come along for the journey. So glad you are here!

kristen

 

 

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Implicit Bias?

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Implicit Bias, 3 Bible-based steps to begin

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