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Building Relationships With People We Don’t Trust

By Fred Oduyoye and Rick Lawrence

As we emerge from our underground bunkers into the dawn of post-pandemic life, we’re facing a host of new challenges. For so many of us, the ability to gather in-person again is both welcome and fraught. We’re grateful to re-establish face-to-face relationships, but we’re very aware that this year, like no other, has surfaced deep divisions and (sometimes) shocking revelations about people we thought we knew well. 

So, how do we enter into these relationships authentically, intentionally, and redemptively? Reachable Reconciliation Founder Fred Oduyoye coaches individuals, cohorts, and congregations to develop the relational skills necessary to enter into difficult relationships. Watch Fred tell the story of a recent encounter with a man he knew was determined to be his enemy, and how a potentially tense situation morphed into an ice-breaking moment…  

Learn the skills of reconciling relationships when you journey with Fred as your coach in a Reachable Reconciliation Cohort

Fred Oduyoye will use his expertise to help you engage in the hard work of reconciliation. 

The Cohort includes:

– 5 live online training sessions (90 minute) each month with your facilitator Fred Oduyoye
– Additional materials, assignments, and resources sent to your cohort between sessions
– A private online community to share in discussion, ideas, and connection

Get the full details and fill out the interest form here!

Or contact Fred directly at: foduyoye@vibrantfaith.org

Rick Lawrence is Executive Director of Vibrant Faith—he created the new curriculum Following JesusHe’s editor of the Jesus-Centered Bible and author of 40 books, including The Suicide Solution,The Jesus-Centered Life and Jesus-Centered Daily. He hosts the podcast Paying Ridiculous Attention to Jesus.

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