In college, I started a small Etsy shop and blog from the storage closet in my sorority house. A few years later, and through a very non-linear journey, that small Etsy shop grew into an internationally recognized sweatshirt brand & that little blog led to bestselling books and a publishing career. Now, I'm obsessed about helping other women uncover what they're made to do and take steps to make it happen, too.
This week, we shared an honest conversation we recently had some of our best friends (who we also consider to be wise mentors in our life) @meganfduke and @zkduke on the podcast to learn what true racial reconciliation requires. If you’ve been looking for honest answers from a kingdom-minded, gospel-centered lens, that’s exactly what these two bring. This episode answers questions like: 💗 Why is saying “God is color blind,” or “I don’t see color, we’re all the same,” unhelpful? 💗 Where does the gospel come into this and how are Christians missing the mark? 💗 How can we actively support our brothers and sisters who are hurting — now and always? 💗 What does racial reconciliation and the kingdom of God really look like — and what does it REALLY require of us? Hint: it requires SACRIFICE, and these two unpack this so well for us. We dove deep. They provided books, leaders, and organizations to follow and support. And most of all, they rooted everything in the gospel. We’re thankful for friends like these — and I hope by the end of this episode, you feel like they’re your friends, too.
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