Books to Help You Pursue Racial Reconciliation

In my sermon this past weekend, I talked about three ways we can respond to the call for racial reconciliation: pray, pursue and persevere. One particular way that we can pursue reconciliation is by increasing what I called our ethnic IQ. In that, I mentioned several books that I’ve found helpful in seeking to develop my own ethnic IQ.

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In my sermon this past weekend, I talked about three ways we can respond to the call for racial reconciliation: pray, pursue and persevere. One particular way that we can pursue reconciliation is by increasing what I called our “ethnic IQ.” In that, I mentioned several books that I’ve found helpful in seeking to develop my own ethnic IQ.

Here is a list of those books, as well as some other titles recommended by a few of our pastors:

I pray that you find these books to be helpful. I pray that, as you pursue growth in understanding and in your relationships, God might shape us all the more into what He has for us in this area.

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