“The Hill We Climb” Lesson Plan from Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural Poem
Kate Stevens, M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction, is a hybrid educator with more than a decade of experience in online, hybrid and blended learning.
Choose Your Own Adventure: A Parallel Journey
online Bible Study (play along with friends) here
Anti-Racism Resources List (downloadable)
What Can I Do Resource List
- Racism Study Pack
- Cultural Competency Self Assessment
- Ferguson Response Worship Resource
- Sermons from the Minister of Reconciliation
- Ferguson Liturgical Resource Guide
- Youth Racism + Power Exercises
- Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution
MTV Decoded: 5 Things You Should Know About Racism
2015 General Assembly Offering Video: “Turning Tables”
“What kind of Asian you are?”
“The Gardener’s Tale”
“TedTalk: The Danger of A Single Story”
2017 General Assembly: Reconciliation Ministry Offering Video
2017 Special Offering Video: “Everyone has a Story!”
- My Twisted Fantasy of White Jesus: How My Proximity to Evangelical Christianity Was Really a Proximity to White Supremacy
- Debunking the “Model Asian” Myth by Hippo Reads
- A Litany for a Call to the Ministry of Reconciliation
“How To Hide An Empire”
by Daniel Immerwahr
“The Land Is Not Empty”
by Sarah Augustine and Dan Peplow
Reconciliation Ministry would like to build a database of strong resources that address racism, prejudice, inequality, and culture in our society. If you have additional resources that you feel would be helpful, or if you have found resources that have been helpful in your community or ministry, please contact Reconciliation Ministry, and share those with us.
Reconciliation Ministry is pleased to announce Grants that we are receiving proposals for new projects that target anti-racism/anti-bigotry and projects that promote initiatives that are promote racial reconciliation. Grant awards are intended for General Ministries, Regional Ministries, Institutions of Higher Education and recognized ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Congregational ministries are encourage to present their proposal for Reconciliation grants to their Region.
Ernest J. Newborn, Sr. Legacy Grant Program
This grant program honors the legacy of Dr. Ernest J. Newborn, Sr. who was the fifth Director of Reconciliation and the first director to guide the combined fund and grant development efforts for the mission fund. This grant program intends to provide seed funds for small racial reconciliation and anti-racism projects that address structural barriers for people of color to fully thrive in community. Programs awarded by this program are short-term, achievable and accountable to the communities the award will benefit. The application form and guidelines can be accessed here.