Global conflicts, challenges to human and civil rights, and deep divisions in our public life call us to tap the power of our spiritual practices and strengthen our capacity to hold conversations and dialogue across the many differences of our experiences. In order for us to continue the work of creating Beloved Community, we must increase our ability to listen, understand, analyze and empathize with those who have difference social identities and worldviews. This highly interactive and dynamic workshop is designed to provide not only practical tools but opportunities for self-reflection about the barriers that prevent us from having courageous conversations Be ready to listen, share, and to be challenged and inspired!
Rev. Dr. Diane J. Johnson, Ph.D, Mmapeu Management Consulting