Books, courses, & videos
Rev. Dr. Mark DeYmaz & Rev. Dr. Oneya Fennell Okuwobi
This powerful resource is a proven catalyst to help transform the minds, attitudes, and actions of people in your local church, and lead them to enthusiastically embrace one another in the midst of cultural change. Structured around eight weeks of daily readings and thought-provoking questions, this attractive and accessible workbook is a Christ-centered, biblically accurate guide that facilitates authentic personal exploration and small group discussion of race, class, and culture. As the centerpiece tool of the Mosaix Global Network, this book brings diverse people together beyond the distinctions of this world that so often and otherwise divide. It all begins with a conversation.
Rev. Dr. Oneya Fennell Okuwobi Ph.D., and Rev. OlaDele Okuwobi
The protests following the killing of George Floyd and others have made race the central conversation in America. While you long for your church to reflect God’s vision for a loving, unified and diverse family, you’re unsure where to begin. In this five-week eCourse, you’ll participate in an honest conversation about race and learn how your congregation can face the divides in our country with love and unity. Included is a five-part video teaching series in 4k video, custom curriculum, pre and post work for individual use or small group.
Writers: Rev. Dr. Oneya Fennell Okuwobi, Rev. OlaDele Okuwobi, Pastor Ines velasquez-mcbryde, Pastor Bobby Harrison, and Illya Torrance Thomas
Collaborators: Rich Robinson, Allan Hirsh, Efrem Smith
A dynamic partnership with Movement Leaders Collective and The Love & Unity Project to present the Love and Unity Accelerator, a six month journey towards disrupting Racial Injustice in our lives, our organizations, and our society for the sake of the Gospel. This 6-month Accelerator is for 10-15 leaders to participate in paradigm-shifting conversations, interactive sessions, and reflections that will create tangible change. Leaders can participate on their own or with a leadership team of 3-5 from their organization.
Writer: Rev. OlaDele Okuwobi
Too often, organizations have reacted to social upheaval by implementing quick fixes that do not lead to lasting change. But the way to establish a long-term culture of organizational righteousness and justice requires a fundamental understanding of Righteousness & Justice for, without that foundational understanding, peace is not possible.