RESOURCES & CONSULTING
A Different Kind of Communion
A Different Kind of Communion is a thirteen-week curriculum that can be facilitated or self-paced. It is designed to help ministry organizations navigate their own history, our nation's history, the systemic effects on students, and the way forward in engaging them. This curriculum engages scripture in a unique and profound way.
MORE THAN A MOMENT COHORT
A six-month cohort for white Christians who are committed to helping remove systemic and individual barriers of racism in our society, churches, and circles. Developed from an in-depth, Black-authored curriculum through Sub:Culture Incorporated, this cohort is aimed at education, historical examination, engagement, and transformative discipleship.
In short, this cohort is for you if you:
Have started becoming anti-racist, but want to carry the work beyond the chaos of 2020.
Are unsure of how to translate all the information of the current moment into meaningful action.
Feel alone in your community when it comes to anti-racism.
Desire a courageous space to learn and un-learn together with other white folks.
WE HAVE BEEN BELEIVERS COHORT
This 5 week cohort takes place during Black History Month.
In the Antebellum South Enslaved Africans began to gather secretly for worship leading historians of the period to refer to what we now call the Black Church as the "Invisible Institution".
Taking place in honor of Black History Month, the cohort explores the nature of those gatherings, the theology that formed in the midst of them, and how these hidden assemblies became the impetus for every black freedom movement to follow.
The cohort is open to anyone and all who wish to celebrate Black History by going on a journey of exploring the origins and themes of Black Faith in America.
This is a seminar about the four major categories of barriers black students face and pathways to removing them.
CLEARING THE PATH
This is a seminar designed to inform and empower organizations working directly with young adults and college students become more diverse, equitable and inclusive.
DOING THE WORK: DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION ON CAMPUS
This contextualized strategy draws on an awareness of the types of social groups in a seemingly homogeneous place and how a ministry can succeed in such an environment.