Racial Reconciliation in the Workplace, Revisited: November 16 Newsletter

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Racial Reconciliation in the Workplace, Revisited: November 16 Newsletter

We don't normally re-run newsletters, especially for the second week in a row. But as with last week's newsletter on the election, we think there is some wisdom here for our country's current polarized situation.  

So we've updated this reminder that we can start reconciliation—racial and otherwise—where we spend most of our time: at our jobs.  And we also want to point you to a helpful bonus link: this blog post by Mark Labberton of Fuller Seminary that originally dealt with the troubles in Ferguson, MO, but has wisdom for all kinds of conflicted situations.

God sustains us at work when we suffer for his sake and for justice.  Let’s bring reconciliation to our troubled world. Read on. 

 

Deep Changes In The Hearts Of Christians

From The High Calling

Originally published in the wake of the 2015 Charleston murders at Mother Emanuel AME, this article reminds us that the language we use to label others reveals something important about the state of our hearts. Read more

 

 

 

The Bridge-Building Love Of God

From The High Calling

The reconciliation offered on the cross breaks barriers and creeps past borders. Read more

 

 

 

Suffering With Christ In Order To Be Glorified With Christ

From the Theology of Work Project

Work forces us to face difficult challenges alongside people who are different from us. Over time this gives us confidence in God’s redeeming presence. Read more