Do you have gently-used clothing that your child or teen has outgrown? Instead of letting it take up space in your home, donate it to children and teens who could really use it at the Great All-Highrock Clothing Drive on June 17th!
Stay connected and engage with what it means to “restore and redeem our ethic journeys” as we read Beyond Colorblind by Sarah Shin, Highrocker and Associate National Director of Evangelism for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Then, on Monday June 18, we are excited to welcome Sarah to lead a book discussion from 7:00-9:00pm at 14 Mill St.
Light refreshments will be provided. Please complete the reading before the evening of the discussion.
If you will be joining us in reading and/or the discussion, please let me know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I will need to have your email to communicate any details about the book discussion with all who are participating.
So, pick up your book ASAP and start reading!
If the cost of the book is a barrier to joining in, please email me directly (email@example.com). We would love all who want to participate to be able to!
More about "Beyond Colorblind", from Intervarsity Press:
“Ethnicity and evangelism specialist Sarah Shin reveals how our brokenness around ethnicity can be restored and redeemed, for our own wholeness and also for the good of others. When we experience internal transformation in our ethnic journeys, God propels us outward in a reconciling witness to the world. Ethnic healing can demonstrate God's power and goodness and bring good news to others. Showing us how to make space for God's healing of our ethnic stories, Shin helps us grow in our crosscultural skills, manage crosscultural conflict, pursue reconciliation and justice, and share the gospel as ethnicity-aware Christians.
Jesus offers hope for healing, both for ourselves and for society. Discover how your ethnic story can be transformed for compelling witness and mission.”
Looking forward to reading together!