The Bridge to Racial Unity Discussion Guide 2.0

Do you have a heart to help heal racial division in our country? Do you desire to work toward racial unity, but don’t know where to start? Have you ever wondered what the Bible might have to say about racial reconciliation?

The Bridge To Racial Unity Discussion Guide 2.0 might be just the tool you are looking for. The Discussion Guide 2.0 is designed to lead a diverse group of 3-12 people through a 9-session study on the key steps in the racial reconciliation process: Awareness, Acknowledgement and Lament, Guilt and Shame, Confession, Forgiveness, Repentance, Reparation, Restoration, and Reproduction. Each session involves studying a passage of Scripture, reading background information, sharing personal experiences (and listening to those of others), and prayer. Between sessions, group members are expected to complete educational and experiential homework assignments.

The Bridge To Racial Unity Discussion Guide 2.0 is available as a downloadable PDF for a donation amount of $10 or more. Once you order the Discussion Guide 2.0, it will be immediately available for download via the payment confirmation screen. You may print the guide for individual, personal use. Printing multiple copies to share with others, or sharing the PDF file electronically with others, is not permitted.

Leader’s Guide

The Bridge To Racial Unity Leader’s Guide was designed as a supplement to The Bridge To Racial Unity Discussion Guide 2.0. (Leaders will also need to purchase a copy of the Discussion Guide 2.0 for themselves.) The Leader’s Guide provides helpful suggestions about group selection and structure, shepherding a group through difficult topics, preparation for group times, and additional background information on each topic.

The Bridge To Racial Unity groups are designed to be led by a diverse pair or team of leaders.

The Bridge to Racial Unity Discussion and Leader’s Guides

Do you have a heart to help heal racial division in our country and on your campus? Do you desire to work toward racial unity, but don’t know where to start? Have you ever wondered what the Bible might have to say about racial reconciliation? The BTBU Discussion Guide & Leader’s Guides might be just the tool you are looking for.

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