Gone Camping

If you met Scooter on the street, you might just think “homeless”. But he has a story that dissolves labels. And he has a family who still has hope.

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Living Proof

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Toward the Broken

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Around the Table Video Teaching

Guidelines in conversations about racism are necessary for an honest, fruitful discussion, and compassionate, proactive responses are required from small group leaders. Our good friend Chika is here to talk you through guidelines and possible scenarios when talking through the At the Table series.

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Love Sees

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Pull Up A Chair

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Talking About Racism Matters

It is important to talk about racism with teens, so that they can become part of the solution, and not part of the problem. Our Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry, Stephanie Espinoza, shares her experience and dives deeper into talking about racism.

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Reset the Table

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Engaging Discomfort

Conversations that engage discomfort take courage, and that is what this At the Table series calls for. Joel Stepanek, our Director of Resource Development, is here to prep you and your team to effectively and positively implement this resource into your youth program.

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