Where All Can Safely Live

Reconciling Work’s “Where All Can Safely Live” is an anti-bullying curriculum that gives an introduction to what bullying is, how it functions, and why we as Christians are called to prevent it from happening in our communities. This curriculum is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to stopping bullying. However, this guide provides a basic […]

Worship Resources for HIV/AIDS Awareness

As Lutherans, we believe in the power of prayer. We believe in the power of song, of the gospel, of community. We believe in the power of worship. There is power in calling upon God to touch the lives of people or groups who society has stigmatized or ignored by name. There is power in […]

Refugee Sunday

In 1939, Lutherans all across the United States banded together to reach out to assist Lutheran refugees fleeing Nazi Germany. Creating Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) to organize their efforts, they welcomed these new Americans and walked with them as they began their new lives in the United States. Today, LIRS has directly resettled […]

Discover Islam

Discover Islam has partnered with several church denominations nationwide to provide our 6 Award-winning documentaries free of cost (inclusive of shipping) . Some of our partners include the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA), United Church of Christ and Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). In addition the ELCA Consultative Panel on Lutheran-Muslim Relations in partnership with A Center of […]

White Privilege

White Privilege: Let’s Talk is a resource for transformational dialogue that helps you in this ongoing sacred conversation on race, focusing special attention on white privilege on its manifestations and impact. This adult curriculum is designed to invite members to engage in safe, meaningful, substantive, and bold conversations on race. The white privilege curriculum, a […]

Historical Timeline of Race Relations

The most helpful conversations about race happen when people have knowledge of the racialized history of the United States. Racialized historical data provides a framework that helps make sense out of what confronts us today. This timeline is a tool to further that understanding and is far from exhaustive. This historical timeline of race relations […]

Listening to the Third Slave

“Listening to the Third Slave” takes a fresh look at the parable of the talents in Matthew and Luke. What if the slave who tucked away the master’s money wasn’t lazy after all? What if he wanted to make a point? This study is about living our faith in a real way. It is about […]

Helpful Conversations about Race

Far too many conversations about race fail to be helpful. This resource, “How to have a helpful conversation about race in the church,” offers congregations a way to begin talking about race. This resource includes a glossary of definitions common among anti-racism practitioners and racial justice advocates.

The Story of Peter & Cornelius

This anti-racism Bible study on Acts 10, “The Story of Peter and Cornelius“, can be used in your group to introduce people to Scripture that affirms diversity as being both of God and part of the glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The study consists of an introduction (to be read aloud by the […]

Even the Stones Cry Out for Justice

An adult forum on institutionalized racism  “Even the Stones Cry Out for Justice” is a powerful resource for congregations who want to reach out to and embrace people of all races, cultures, and ethnic backgrounds. This resource provides biblical illustrations of how racism separates us from what God calls us to be; challenges and stimulates with […]