The Race-Wise Family

The Race-Wise Family

Ten Postures to Becoming Households of Healing and Hope

Helen Lee, Michelle Ami Reyes

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A timely resource to equip Christian parents to better understand the roots of racism and provide practical guidance on addressing issues of race within their families

“This is a landmark work for our generation!”—Dorena Williamson, bestselling author


If you wonder how to help your children understand today’s racial dynamics and respond in God-honoring ways, you’re not alone. Practical and engaging, The Race-Wise Family offers immediately applicable action steps to help you raise kingdom-minded kids who will stand against racial injustice as an outpouring of their relationship with God.
 
Deeply rooted in Scripture, The Race-Wise Family includes
 
• key biblical insights for understanding a theology of race
• discussion questions, prayers, and conversation starters for your whole family
• age-appropriate ideas for discussing current events with your kids and teens
• guidance for addressing the roots of racial bias in the world and your own heart
• activities and resources you can use with kids of all ages to be part of hope and healing in your community
 
The Race-Wise Family helps you and your kids celebrate the diversity of God’s kingdom as you take small steps at home today that can make a difference in the world for generations.


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Helen Lee:
Helen Lee is the director of product innovation at InterVarsity Press. An award-winning writer, she has frequently covered issues of race, ethnicity, and identity in her articles and books which include The Missional Mom and Growing Healthy Asian American Churches. Helen is a frequent conference speaker, the co-founder of Ink Creative Collective and Best Christian Workplaces Institute, and the producer of several podcasts including Get in The Word with Truth’s Table.

Michelle Ami Reyes is the vice president of Asian American Christian Collaborative and scholar in residence at Hope Community Church in Austin, Texas. She is the author of Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead to Lasting Connections Across Cultures, and her writings on faith and culture have appeared in Christianity Today, Missio Alliance, and Patheos, among other publications.|||Helen Lee is the director of product innovation at InterVarsity Press. An award-winning writer, she has frequently covered issues of race, ethnicity, and identity in her articles and books which include The Missional Mom and Growing Healthy Asian American Churches. Helen is a frequent conference speaker, the co-founder of Ink Creative Collective and Best Christian Workplaces Institute, and the producer of several podcasts including Get in The Word with Truth’s Table.

Michelle Ami Reyes is the vice president of Asian American Christian Collaborative and scholar in residence at Hope Community Church in Austin, Texas. She is the author of Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead to Lasting Connections Across Cultures, and her writings on faith and culture have appeared in Christianity Today, Missio Alliance, and Patheos, among other publications.

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