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Reachable Reconciliation: A 30-Day Jumpstart

By Fred Oduyoye and Rick Lawrence

A popular Christian blogger just posted a curated list of 10 out-of-the-ordinary New Year’s resolutions—one of them is: “Make a plan to seek racial justice and healing.” Of course, that sounds like something we’d all like to “resolve”—but how do you go about “making a plan” for something so broad and deep? We’re left with a vague sense of guilt, not actual life-change… And that’s why Reachable Reconciliation Founder Fred Oduyoye’s savvy, do-able guidance is so refreshing. Watch our conversation, then embrace Fred’s simple action step to get your year off to a reconciling start… 

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MEET FRED ODUYOYE

Fred Oduyoye lives in Cincinnati Ohio and is the Founder of Reachable Reconciliation, Inc, an organization and national movement designed to help people integrate into unfamiliar spaces of conversation and relationship. He has been working with and coaching leaders since 2007. He was a National Urban Training Director at Urban Youth Workers Institute for 9 years. Fred has also worked as the National Director of Partnerships for Youth Specialities for four years and is an Advisory Committee Member of the National Network of Youth Ministries. A hobby that Fred enjoys is training and coaching soccer players. Visit his Reachable Reconciliation website for more!

Journey with Fred in a Reachable Reconciliation Cohort!

The Cohort Includes…

– 5 live online training sessions (90 minutes) 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

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