Next Faithful Move Course Registration
“Next Faithful Move” Course - an interactive program designed to help us "move the needle" in building more inclusive space so that all of our members feel a sense of belonging.

* Inspiring teaching through the arts
* Body-centered racial healing exercises
* Intentional dialogue with others
* A learning cohort to share best practices
* Goal-setting

This developmental model works with people from right where they are, not where we want them to be.
Providing helpful tools, participants can develop a shared language as they dive into the challenges of seeing, appreciating, and adapting to all of the “differences that make a difference.”
Oct 11, 18, 25 (3 Sundays) - via Zoom
3 pm - 5 pm (each session)
God calls and equips us for the work of reconciliation in ourselves and among our neighbors.
The Lutheran Center leadership wants to invite the student community to do this work for themselves with the hope it will positively impact our ministry, our neighbors, and the world.
Because you are limited on time, we wanted to provide multiple entry points for this course. Please select one of the suggested books to read, movies to watch, or podcasts to listen to. Do this BEFORE Oct 11. If you have time, do more!

Jim Crow of the North
I am Not Your Negro
Lovecraft Country

Seeing White-Scene On Podcast with John Bewein
Hope and Hard Pills-Andre Henry
On Being Interview with Resmaa Menakem-Krista Tippet
White Homework-Tori Glass

My Grandmother's Hands-Resmaa Menakem
How to be an Anti-Racist-Ibram X. Kendi
I'm Still Here-Austin Channing Brown
White Fragility-Robin Diangelo
Trouble I've Seen-Drew Hart
One Coin Found-Emmy Kegler
Transforming-Austin Hartke
Blindspot-Benaji and Greenwald

LEARN MORE about Joe & Dave
Joe Davis & Agape (David Scherer) lead this course.
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