Discussion Guide 3.0
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 popular BTB Discussion Guide, renamed Building Bridges, has been updated and redesigned to meet this moment of national racial reckoning. This edition incorporates readings from Be the Bridge by Latasha Morrison.
We still believe the Church should be equipped to speak with wisdom, knowledge and Christ-like empathy and grace. The 3.0 Discussion Guide is the tool your church, small group and organization needs to move the conversation forward.
Building Bridges is designed to lead a multi-racial group of 6-12 people through a 10-session study on the key steps in the racial reconciliation process: Awareness, Acknowledgement and Lament, Shame and Guilt, Confession, Forgiveness, Repentance, Making Amends, Restoration, and Reproduction.
The guide is a downloadable PDF that you can use to study individually or as part of a group.
The Leader’s Guide has been completely revamped to better help you lead a Be the Bridge Group, with helpful suggestions about group selection and structure, shepherding a group through difficult topics, preparation for group times, and additional background information on each session.
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.