Awareness Justice & Reconciliation Workshop

Awareness Justice & Reconciliation Workshop

The past few years the racial tension in this country has been intense to say the least. To be honest, as a Believer in JESUS, I struggled in my heart with my emotions toward the majority culture. Not because of the media and their propaganda, but because of the hate...

Reverse Racist, Maybe?

Written by: Marijoy Horton After watching a couple of episodes of Making a Murderer the other night, my husband and I were “cleansing the palate” if you will, or rather letting our blood cool, by watching an episode of Superstore. (Which should definitely be on your...

Be the Bridge Testimony

Written by: Jewell Allen Before attending The Bridge to Racial Unity, ​my heart was overwhelmed with negativity. In August of 2014, the riots in Ferguson, Missouri reflected an internal tension rising between my African American and Caucasian makeup. Everything I saw,...

Ground Spacious and Holy

Written by: Abby Perry We gathered in my living room, February of 2015, 7 women and nearly as many babies sleeping on their mothers’ chests. We were a lounge pants wearing group of IF: Local participants, hearts hopeful for refreshment, souls expectant of the Spirit’s...

Building Bridges in Kansas

A beautiful story of Bridge-Building. Meet Misha and Peggy who met at a local IF:Gathering in Kansas City in 2015. One year later, they are leading a group of women in Bridge Building within their city. I’m inspired by many of you, who’ve taken the first...

Be the Bridge by Gina Fimbel

In 2007 our family, then a family of four, moved from a suburb of Washington, D.C., to Wilmington, NC. We knew little about the city except that it was by the ocean and we wanted our kids to grow up by the beach. We chose a country club community with the word...