Honoring Others’ Reactions

By Fred Oduyoye and Rick Lawrence

In counseling and in ministry and in life, we’ve been urged to see the damaging impact of our reactions and move, instead, toward the more “mature” version—a response. But maybe—when we functionally dishonor our own reactions and those of others—we overlook (or blow past) a crucial step in the reconciliation journey. How can we build trusting, harmonious relationships across our divisive landscape without first embracing the roots of our reactions? Here Reachable Reconciliation Founder Fred Oduyoye and Vibrant Faith Executive Director Rick Lawrence talk about the “first R” in Fred’s framework for personal and corporate reconciliation…

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


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