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30 Days Toward Unity and Love

Hi, friends! With both excitement and trembling, I have an announcement. Because of the prompting of God in the dire times we’re living through, I’m going to take a blogging break to actually live out the “speak” step that I’ve been working toward.

If the description tugs at your heart, I’d love for you to join me in a private Facebook group. All the details below. (Sorry to all of you not on FB. Because I wanted to do this in a secure setting, that’s the best place to do this series.)

When it comes to the conversation about race, are you…

-Afraid to ask questions or speak up for fear of “saying it wrong?”

-Tired of divisive messages from the noisy extremes?

-Overwhelmed by the amount of information and unsure where to find reliable sources?

If you feel that way, I completely understand. I’ve been in your shoes.

About three years ago, God started to gently but firmly teach me through race education experts and loving friends. I’m not an expert, in fact I still feel like a beginner, but I have some valuable resources and experiences to share from my journey.

If you’d like to be part of a private Facebook group, a safe, shame-free environment to learn and grow, for 30 days of committed community around racial reconciliation, please search 30 Days Toward Unity and Love and ask to join.

Starting next week, we’ll process one small, daily piece of information together. Each week, there will be:

-A chance to process questions with no fear of attack

-Scriptural encouragement

-Links to trusted resources

-Interviews with women of color who generously share their perspective

Note: This group will close to new members on Friday, June 19th. If you’d like to join, you must answer at least one question and agree to the group rules. Hope to see you there!

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6 Comments

  1. Peggy Corbett Carpenter says:

    I am interested in being a member of your private group on Facebook. There are several areas of conversation I am very interested in, especially, questions regarding various race subjects. I become uncomfortable and awkward when trying to talk or ask others’ things I don’t know.

  2. Frustrated–i went to the FB site and was in the process of answering the questions but then it went away and back to my news feed. When I try to search it again, it days my membership is pending but I never finished the questions. What to do now?

    1. Amy Carroll says:

      Ahhh Facebook… sigh. It’s a blessing and a curse!

      You’re request came through, and I just approved you. I’m so glad you’re part of the group, Jeanne!

  3. Wow, Amy! Thanks for doing this!

  4. This sounds like what we need today. Thank you for creating this group.