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Reconciliation 101: Implications of the Gospel
April 29, 2021
Occurring Weekly on Thursday Evenings Until May 20th
$75 Virtual Access Per Registrant
As we continue to intentionally establish long-term relationships and invest in pursuing racial justice and reconciliation, Transform Minnesota is excited to announce our partnership with OneRace Atlanta to bring their Reconciliation classes to our network! We are thrilled to offer Reconciliation 101 starting on April 29, 2021.
If you have ever wanted to join our Sankofa Journey to Harmony, Reconciliation 101 is a unique opportunity to receive Sankofa-level content and develop meaningful relationships. Reconciliation 101 consists of (4) 90-minute sessions over four weeks. This class will fuel your passion for reconciliation and equip you for racial justice work. Together we will seek to understand both vertical and horizontal reconciliation. We will spend time unpacking the Gospel and applying it to culture and everyday life. Small groups will allow for deeper work to be achieved through dialogue.
What is Reconciliation 101?
This is a 4-week/4-session commitment that will help attendees know the story of the Gospel and reconciliation. The OneRace team, along with Twin Cities local leaders, will help our attendees process questions like:
- What is reconciliation?
- What part do I play?
- How do I engage with this work?
Josh Clemons | OneRace
Professor. Speaker. Reconciler.
Josh Clemons resides in the great city of Atlanta along with his wife Lakisha and sons Langston Grant and Duke Ellington. From an early age, Josh felt a strong call to serve the gospel to the world. Little did he know, it would be the gospel of reconciliation.
Presently, he serves as Executive Director of OneRace Movement, an initiative committed to racial justice and reconciliation.
Additionally, Josh is serving the next generation of leaders as an adjunct professor of biblical theology at Oral Roberts University.
Dan Crain | OneRace
Dan joined the OneRace team in January of 2020 as the Director of Groups and Mobilization.
Dan has given his life to Christ’s work of reconciliation for over ten years.
He has a Masters of Intercultural Ministries.
He’s married to Adrienne and they have four amazing children together and they live in Atlanta, GA.