Holding Up Your Corner
Willis explains what a racial autobiography is and encourages us to reflect and share the factors that have made us who we are.
Speakers: F. Willis Johnson
Writers: F. Willis Johnson
Topics: RaceRacial AutobiographyValuesSocial Concerns & EthicsSocial Justice
Source: Abingdon Press
Willis introduces the guided conversation and our call as the Church to engage in loving dialogue and hold up our corners.
Willis offers foundational concepts for people of faith to engage in open and loving dialogue.
Willis shares some of his story in Ferguson and retells the biblical story of the paralytic to introduce Empathic Models of Transformation
Willis summarizes the three points of Empathic Models of Transformation.
How to be a listening church.
Willis summarizes the three points of Empathic Models of Transformation
Willis encourages us to act swiftly.
Willis identifies the need for heart to be an EMT.
Willis challenges us to commit to doing something that hold up our corner.