Tracy Brown talks with Dr. Petra Weldes (CSLDallas) and Rev. Masando Miraoka (MileHi Church) about Section Four of the book, Stained Glass Spirit: Becoming a Spiritual Community Where Oneness Does Not Require Sameness.
Section Four: Walk Your Talk
- Outrageous Outreach
- Are You Listening with Political or Spiritual Ears?
- Unity Does Not Require Uniformity
Tracy talks about when she uses – and when she does not use – the term “White Privilege” (and why).
Source: To Use – or Not to Use – The Term
Frustrated by the defensiveness or denial so many people demonstrate regarding “white privilege?” Tracy talks about when she uses the term and when she doesn’t … and why.
I’ve been talking about the new book with some pretty amazing people!
David Ault, Karen Tudor, Brian Akers, Alex Escudero and Michael Gott!
The first section of the Stained Glass Spirit book is all about recognizing diversity is a part of the Divine Design of life. What we do with that diversity can result in either inclusion or disharmony. Tracy talks with Dr. David Ault about this section.
Section One: Diversity is a Divine Idea
- Biology, Sociology or Spirituality?
- The Stories We Tell
- Oneness is Not Sameness
Tracy talks with Rev. Brian Akers and Rev. Karen Tudor about Section Two of the book, Stained Glass Spirit: Becoming a Spiritual Community Where Oneness Does Not Require Sameness.
Section Two: Multicultural is (Sometimes) Messy
- Unintentionally Unwelcome
- Oops! I Didn’t Mean to Offend!
- Your Learners’ Permit
Tracy talks with Dr. Michael Gott and Rev. Alex Escudero about Section Three of the book, Stained Glass Spirit: Becoming a Spiritual Community Where Oneness Does Not Require Sameness.
Section Three: Inclusion Requires Action
- Diversity Welcome Factor
- Inclusion Worship Factor
- Hard Truths for Team Leaders
SGS Book – Paperback
It was so much fun talking with Kimjera, Lezli and Sonia about the connection between spirituality, diversity and inclusion. Go listen!
What are you doing to reach people who aren’t interested in your Sunday morning service? Discussion groups? Concerts? Classes?
“A man of honor should never forget what he is because he sees what others are.”