We just had to return for this one. Lots of wisdom in this text when it comes to activism in such a short work that centers a woman, talks about privilege, poor leadership, and prejudice. We're still on break and will probably return next time there's a lesson we just can't ignore. Enjoy!
Transcript: David Doyle
Episode Outlines: Stephanie Peterson, Christine LeStarge, Mary Gavilanes, Jen Altman, and Beth Johnson
Transcripts available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1w6rBQR_kcJkUf9vfSWkh6Qvwg2qOPA4m?usp=sharing
Episode outlines available here: tinyurl.com/btboutlines
James’ LDS Anti-racism 101 course: btbacademy.thinkific.com
Loving enemies, dialogue of this week's texts with quakerism, and more
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most of the stories this week revolve around the physical and healing capabilities of Jesus and we talk about the world around those healings this …
continuing a talk on the Sermon on the Mount and making room
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