Navigating the waters of cultural competence and understanding can feel overwhelming...but it doesn't have to be that way.
Where is the manual for this? Is your organization, church, or ministry creating a plan in order to respond appropriately when racially-fueled events happen? Move from fear to freedom with creative ideas, inspiration, and safe conversation that will help you lead effectively during divisive times.
This course is designed for ALL people, from ALL cultural ethnicities, and ALL places on the journey of learning. The purpose of this work is more than information, but part of a larger blueprint of practices that inspire and empower leaders in a strategically refreshing way to respond to culturally and racially divisive events that happen in our country and around the world.
The goals of this course are clear and simple...
First, to equip you to begin a proactive movement towards racial reconciliation.
Second, to equip your organization to be proactive instead of reacting or avoiding.
This Group Edition includes:
- 11 Videos that you and your group or team can watch at your own pace.
- Handouts that are designed for you and your group or team to dive deeper after each video.
- A 30-Minute Video Coaching Call with Nikki Lerner to answer questions that arise after this training ends. [Email [email protected] to schedule this call]
Come on this journey with me to empower you and your organization. Let's get started!
Start1 - Acknowledge (8:48)
Start2 - Get Curious (4:17)
Start3 - Focus On Scripture (3:23)
Start4 - Point to Jesus In Worship (2:26)
Start5 - Clean Your Filter; Check Your Baggage (5:42)
Start6 - Speak Up, Be Honest (6:52)
Start7 - Reach Out, Ask For Help (2:34)
Start8 - Stay Engaged, Don't Run (5:00)
Start9 - Create Sacred Spaces (3:30)
Start10 - Put Yourself In Someone Else's Shoes (1:52)
StartClosing - You Can Do This! (3:10)
Frequently Asked Questions
Learning tools to navigate cross-culturally is 100% doable. After spending time with me in this course you will have the courage, confidence, and the practices necessary to stay engaged in racially-fueled event personally, as an organization, or a church leadership team.