About

Meet Dr. Brenda! Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil is a dynamic speaker, author and trailblazer with over twenty-five years of experience in the ministry of reconciliation. Her mission is to inspire, equ

Speaking

  Interested in having Dr. Brenda speak at your event? She is available to speak at conferences and/or provide training and consulting related to racial, ethnic and gender reconciliation for colle

Upcoming Events

  April 10, 2016 Preaching at North Avenue Presbyterian Church Atlanta, GA April 15-16, 2016 Inhabit Conference Seattle School of Theology and Psychology Seattle, WA April 28, 2016

Contact

Get in Touch! If you would like to contact Dr. Brenda for further information about any of her services, please fill out the following form or contact us the old fashioned way! phone -- 206.6

Resources

Roadmap to Recon Cover

My New Book!

IT'S HERE!!!! TO BUY InterVarsity Press Amazon Barnes & Noble Christian Book WalMart ******************* BUZZ This book continues to solidify Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil as a practical...
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Sermons

  Sermons by Dr. Brenda  *All sermons, unless otherwise noted, preached @ Quest Church On Mission: Holy Spirit February 2016 Finish Line Faith November 2015 Journey to Reconciliatio
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Videos

Sermon Shorts Sermons distilled into 3 minutes or less! Reconciliation & Gender #Ferguson -- Faith + Action = LIFE Transformation in Christ Jesus @ the Margins Gentle Strength Other ...
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Teaching Tools

Exercises & Videos Puzzle Piece Exercise Great for medium-large groups Experiential Dislocation Perfect for getting the conversations rolling Race & the Media Images included Encourag...
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