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Making space to hear, to know, and to care for people “not in our tribe” may be one of the most urgent and transformative things we could be doing. In this bitterly divided era in American society and politics, may we who seek to be Jesus-followers live out our vocation as reconcilers and peacemakers with love and justice. A Language of Healing could be just the right practical help for our next steps at this important time.
Don’t miss this special, 3-week series as we are joined by the authors of A Language of Healing for a Polarized Nation, Wayne Jacobsen, Arnita Willis Taylor, and Robert L. Prater, and the clergy of Christ Church Cranbrook as we expand our vocabulary in the language of peacemaking.
For those looking to go deeper, you can find the book, A Language of Healing for a Polarized Nation, online here.
This series is open to the community – all welcome!
Questions? Email Father Chris
Wayne Jacobsen is an American author, best known for He Loves Me!, a nonfiction book about the Love of God. He also collaborated on the writing of The Shack and helped create Windblown Media. He was a pastor for 20 years and a Contributing Editor to Leadership Journal and has authored numerous articles on spiritual formation, relational community and engagement of culture… Read More
Pastor, teacher, mentor, singer, motivational speaker, floral designer, chemist, friend. She is a native of Murfreesboro, TN educated in the Tennessee area. She is an alumni of University of Tennessee Knoxville with a degree in Medical Technology. She has a 20 year career history in laboratory chemistry. In 2007, Arnita dedicated the rest of her life to building the believers in the local church as a minister of the gospel… Read More
Robert L. “Bob” Prater is a former pastor and entertainment developer, as well as a lover of God and a lover of – and advocate for – people. With a background in business, media and ministry, he co-hosts the podcast, A Christian & A Muslim Walk into a Studio alongside American-Muslim leader, Emad Meerza. Bob spends most of his time ministering among the poor, the LGBTQ community, Muslims, and others who are often marginalized in our culture. Read More
The Rev. Dr. William J. Danaher, Jr. is Rector of Christ Church Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and Canon for Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations for the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. Previously, he was Dean of the Faculty of Theology and the Huron-Lawson Chair of Pastoral and Moral Theology at Huron University College in London, Ontario, Associate Professor in the John Henry Hobart Chair in Moral Theology at General Seminary in New York City, New York, and Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Read More