Dear white peacemakers

dismantling racism with grit and grace
Osheta Moore ; foreword by Jen Hatmaker
Book - 2021

"Race is one of the hardest topics to discuss in America. Many white Christians avoid talking about it altogether. But a commitment to peacemaking requires white people to step out of their comfort and privilege and into the work of anti-racism. Dear White Peacemakers is an invitation to white Christians to come to the table and join this hard work and holy calling. Rooted in the life, ministry, and teachings of Jesus, this book is a challenging call to transform white shame, fragility, saviorism, and privilege, in order to work together to build the Beloved Community as anti-racism peacemakers. Written in the wake of George Floyd's death, Dear White Peacemakers draws on the Sermon on the Mount, Spirituals, and personal stories from author Osheta Moore's work as a pastor in St. Paul, Minnesota. Enter into this story of shalom and join in the urgent work of anti-racism peacemaking"--

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Moore, Osheta (Author)
Other Authors: Hatmaker, Jen (writer of foreword.)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Harrisonburg, Virginia : Herald Press, [2021]
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