Color-Courageous Discipleship Student Edition Paperback by Michelle T. Sanchez

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Color-Courageous Discipleship Student Edition Paperback by Michelle T. Sanchez

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  • Publisher: WaterBrook (2022-11-01)
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • ISBN-13: 9780593193860
  • Item Weight: 238.14 grams
  • Dimensions: 8.19 x 5.46 x 0.74 cm

Teens will discover a Christ-centered approach to antiracism that will empower them to be transformed as they transform their world—with end-of-chapter discussion questions for families and youth groups.
It’s time to go beyond saying “I’m not racist.” It’s time to take action. It’s time to become a color-courageous Christian and stand up to racism wherever you see it—in your school, in your community, and in your own heart and mind. 
In Color-Courageous Discipleship Student Edition, Michelle T. Sanchez shows you how racial righteousness was God’s idea in the first place. As Michelle explores antiracism from a biblical perspective, she helps us
• see how following Jesus and pursuing antiracism naturally go together
• understand why this generation is uniquely positioned to seek racial justice and pursue racial equity
• speak out with grace, truth, and wisdom—whatever your age or stage in life may be
• engage in color-courageous spiritual practices that will strengthen your witness and revitalize your faith
• step into who God is calling you to be in today’s world
• be inspired to make a difference right where you are

Whenever you choose to take color-courageous action in Jesus’s name, you have the opportunity to be transformed and bring transformation to others. What could be better? This book is your invitation to an antiracist discipleship adventure together with your own world-changing generation.

About the Author

Michelle T. Sanchez, MDiv, ThM, is the senior discipleship and evangelism leader of the Evangelical Covenant Church, a vibrant multiethnic denomination of more than 875 congregations. Michelle completed seminary degrees at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and spiritual direction training at Boston College. She is a conference speaker and a columnist with Outreach magazine. Michelle has enjoyed engaging with colorful cultures in over thirty countries and territories around the world. She and her husband, Mickey, live with their children in the Chicago area.

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