Join us for a little more of our conversation with David Bailey, Executive Director of Arrabon, where he talks about what it means for people of privilege to de-center themselves during the work of community building.
If you haven’t heard it yet, check out our full conversation with David, Reconciling Communities Across Class and Race.
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- Darlene Hutto of the Forum for Theological Exploration, talking about exploring vocation for people of color
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- Laura and Jaybee Byrch, on discovering the gifts of the poor in Bradford Trailer Park.
- Carlos Rosa-Lageur, on Jesus, hot dogs, and cultivating immigrant-based faith communities
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Stay tuned next for: An updated conversation with Stephanie Price of the Land, an agriculturally based faith community in Aurora, Colorado.