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Shalom Y'all

Shalom y’all is a podcast for the everyday peacemakers. Shalom is the Hebraic concept of peace in our real lives— wholeness, flourishing, vibrancy, goodness. Nothing broken and nothing missing.That’s a tall order, right? Well every week you your Osheta Moore a pastor, pastors wife, author of , “Shalom Sistas”, and everyday peacemaker will help make this big idea more accessible in our everyday lives. On every episode she interviews a fellow peacemaker on how they are practicing shalom in their lives and then gives you “shalom steps” practical next steps so that God’s radical peace can meet your everyday ordinary lives. We are all peacemakers and this show will help you be a more intentional one right where you are.
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Now displaying: November, 2016
Nov 14, 2016

Today, Cara and I talk about the Roadmap to Reconciliation written by Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil. We also share our candid responses to the question, "how are you doing?" in light of the election of a man who we both feel like has not modeled a heart or desire for racial justice in this country. It's one of the realest and most honest conversations we've ever had on Shalom. I hope you enjoy it.

 

Here's our Shalom Steps for Racial Reconciliation

1: Prepare your Heart

2: Prepare your Mind

3: Prepare your Community

Books we love on this topic:

Prophetic Lament (Soong-Chan Rah); Rescuing Jesus: How People of Color, Women and Queer Christians are Reclaiming Evangelicalism (Deborah Jian Lee); Embrace (Leroy Barber); America’s Original Sin (Jim Wallis); The Other Wes Moore (Wes Moore); United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity (Trillia J. Newbell)

Where to find us online:

The Shalom Sista Hangout: Perfect place to keep the conversation going

Cara is pretty active on Twitter and her website

Osheta is on Instagram (Oshetam), Facebook, and of course the Shalom in the City website.

Shalom and staring racism down,

Osheta

 

 

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