Minister Trekeelia Simon (M Ed., School Counselor) moderates and contributes to this conversation concerning trauma in the black community with guest speakers Jessica Grant (LMSW) & Narkeya Byrd (LCSW/Prolific Life SNC). They will tackle trauma's effect across generations and what actions can be done now to help.
A subsidiary of High Mountain Counseling LLC . Trauma: Removing the Road Block. By Aaron Wiemeier, M.S. LPC. Origins of the Trauma Road Block. It is important to first understand that trauma is a much broader concept that people typically think.
Why You Should Teach Your Kids About Racial Reconciliation
Related: The Gospel in Color—A Theological of Racial Reconciliation for Families, with Jarvis Williams (Isaac Adams); 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Colorblind (Trillia Newbell); Jesus Is Not Colorblind (Cole Brown) ‘I’m Not Racist; I’m Color Blind.’ (Darryl Williamson)
The Gospel in Color – For Kids
About the Book The Complex Issues of Race, the Gospel, and Reconciliation — Made Simple For Kids Racism is a painful, complex issue, and can be challenging to explain to children. That’s why The Gospel in Color — For Kids is written to facilitate honest conversations about race and racial reconciliation between kids and their parents. With vibrant illustrations and engaging text, this book explains how a false idea of race brings about suffering and division, and why the good news of Jesus Christ brings about the reconciliation the world needs. By providing a biblical lens for viewing race, racism, and reconciliation, The Gospel in Color helps kids understand big ideas in a highly accessible way.
A Parent's Guide to Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter: A guide that aims to provide parents with resources, advice, and tips to ensure that children are aware of racial inequality, racial hierarchies, and white privilege present in modern-day society, as well as share tools and knowledge in which to combat racism today.
BODY LANGUAGE: A Conversation on Race + Restoration in the Body of Christ
Dr. Anita sits with Christine Caine for a conversation about race and the church that will change the way that you see EVERYTHING? From its inception, the American church has been divided by race. We want to remember 2020 as the moment in history when the end of this division truly began and an intentional journey back to what the Word says started. You are likely to be surprised by what you hear in this conversation. Bring an open mind and an expectant heart. You'll finish with more questions than answers but those questions will be the right ones!