Every Tuesday, Thursday, from 10/13/2020 to 10/22/2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Center for Racial Reconciliation will present this virtual workshop designed to introduce participants to the deceptive and destructive effects of racism. These issues affect our communities, our lives, and our churches, so join us for an opportunity to learn and experience the work of racial reconciliation within a biblical framework. Having become convinced that race remains a salient factor in shaping our society, we will take the next steps in becoming active participants in dismantling radicalized systems of disparity in order to become reconciled.
Throughout the conference, we will actively participate and engage one another through conversation, experiences, and learning in a Gospel centered environment. Bring your team, bring your friends, bring your neighbors. Begin the conversation by engaging with one another - every voice belongs at this table so that we can become the people we were created to be.
About The Facilitator
We are honored to welcome John Williams and his team from The Center for Racial Reconciliation in Monrovia, California, to facilitate this workshop. John has diligently and faithfully worked toward racial reconciliation for almost 30 years. He is passionate about training groups who seek to increase their awareness around biblical multicultural and racial reconciliation, and brings years of experience and expertise in facilitating and training to this work. John uses facilitating dialogue and interactive exercises as a core element in all of his workshops. These workshops are designed to introduce participants to the deceptive and destructive effects of racism in our lives and the body of Christ, and present opportunities to learn and experience the work of racial reconciliation within a biblical framework John is a graduate of UC Berkeley and USC Law School. John has been practicing law for over 20 years, has mediated and facilitated sessions for individual and small groups in the area of alternative dispute and conflict resolution, and is an adjunct professor at Life Pacific College.