In "Building the World We Dream About," a Tapestry of Faith program
It seems likely that the problem of the twenty-first century will be that of the multiple color lines embedded in the American social order. — Claire Jean Kim, Asian American scholar
Read Handout 2, Not By Ourselves Alone, and reflect on the Rev. Bowens-Wheatley's words. What images or phrases from the lecture speak most clearly to you? What new insights and feelings arise in you from reading it? What touches your spirit and sustains you when you face the challenge of helping to build an authentic multicultural community? What are some ways the Building the World We Dream About workshop participants can offer one another help in "keeping the faith"?
Share your reflections in your journal and/or with a trusted conversation partner.
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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