Tag: decolonizing

January 2021 Third Thursday Teach-In

Join Ched Myers & Elaine Enns for our first Third Thursday Teach-in for 2021! On Thursday, January 21, 2021 from 7–8:30 pm EST: “Our Nation Was Born in Genocide” (Martin Luther King, Jr.) — Exploring a Discipleship of Decolonization We will discuss the “Epiphany”… Continue Reading “January 2021 Third Thursday Teach-In”

Celebrate MLKJ with a special (online) gathering

What a week it’s been! Epiphany indeed shed light on toxic white supremacy, challenging us to go deeper in our discipleship of decolonization and racial justice. As we prepare for our upcoming Bartimaeus Kinsler Institute 2021 online next month, we invite you to the… Continue Reading “Celebrate MLKJ with a special (online) gathering”

Decolonizing Thanksgiving

As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the United States, it’s great to think about all the things we can be grateful for. It is good to have a time to pause and reflect, to participate in the seasonality of gratitude for… Continue Reading “Decolonizing Thanksgiving”

Indigenous People’s Day

Today is increasingly being recognized as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and in honor of that, we would like to share a few links about ways that people are working with the Indigenous people of their area through watershed discipleship. Christianity is about loving God, and… Continue Reading “Indigenous People’s Day”