CONNECT WITH DIVERSE NEIGHBORS
Leaders and congregations need intercultural competency to connect with neighbors across all dimensions of diversity.
The world is changing.
Stay up to date on the latest research, resources, and reflections exploring how to cultivate Christian faith in the 21st century.
Learn about this list of anti-racism resources
Listen to and show up for immigrant and refugee neighbors
A recommendation from Luther Seminary's campus pastor
Listen and learn from Austin Channing Brown
Listen and learn to serve your LGBTQ community.
A resource to remember and advocate for racial justice.
Listen and learn from these black preachers.
Now is the time to redesign food ministries to serve our neighbors.
Make meaningful connections in your community by showing up at the laundromat in a surprising way.
"Red State Christians" author Angela Denker considers Ash Wednesday through the lens of national uncertainty, Ezra, Nehemiah...and the 400-meter dash.
Leon Rodrigues, director for diversity, equity, and inclusion at Luther Seminary, explains why Black history is an integral part of our shared American history, worthy of being celebrated.
"Red State Christians" author Angela Denker explains why she's hopeful about the future of political discourse in America.
Find out the one question that makes "Red State Christians" author Angela Denker's blood boil...and why it does.
Find out why MicroGrants CEO Don Samuels says the willingness to "not know" is the first requirement in transforming the world.
Angela Denker, author of "Red State Christians," explains how she's learned to discuss politics without being partisan.
Angela Denker, the author of "Red State Christians," offers some concrete suggestions for addressing issues around Christianity and nationalism.
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