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Dr. Brenda is available to speak at conferences and/or provide training and consulting related to racial, ethnic, and gender reconciliation for colleges, universities, organizations, and more.
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For examples of Dr. Brenda’s most popular reconciliation messages, see the list below!
Bridging the Racial Divide
Teaching people how to practice true racial and ethnic reconciliation based on nine powerful principles taken from the model of Jesus and the woman at the well in John, chapter 4.
Isaiah chapter 6 calls us to be agents of racial and ethnic reconciliation and gives hope that racial reconciliation is possible even when our best efforts fail.
Esther chapter 4 challenges unlikely people to become leaders of racial and ethnic reconciliation because the social conditions around us demand their leadership for such a time as this.
Puzzle Peace: Discovering Your Significance in God’s Multiethnic Kingdom
Ephesians 2:11-22 demonstrates why we need people from every ethnic group, nationality and culture to see the big picture of what God is doing on the earth.
What Time Is It?
Luke 19:41-44 is a prophetic “wake up call” that challenges us to recognize that we are living in a strategic time, a kairos moment, that is desperate for the ministry of racial and ethnic reconciliation.
John chapter 5 reveals how to “see what the Father is doing” so that God’s people can pray more effectively and powerfully by experiencing listening prayer.
My Friend Sam
Both vertical & horizontal reconciliation took place in John, chapter 4 and calls us to experience this life-changing transformation in our lives and ministries.
The Power of Weakness
Recognize that God’s kingdom is paradoxical and that the key to reconciliation rests on God using our weakness and not our strength to bring reconciliation.
Remember Who You Are
The Lion King & Jeremiah 1:4-8 challenges people to recognize that they are created with meaning and purpose and that God calls this generation to be prophets to the nations!