Throughout the month of March we’ve been taking on the issue of unity. Today, host Paula Felps is joined by Reverend Jennifer Bailey, who, in addition to being named one of the 15 Faith Leaders to Watch by the Center for American Progress, is the founder of Faith Matters Network. She’s also co-founder of The People’s Supper, which brings people together to engage constructively on issues affecting their communities. This project has brought together thousands of people to create a space for collective healing … all while enjoying a nourishing meal and civil conversation. She’s here today to share some of the tools she uses for bridging our differences.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why getting curious can help build a bridge.
- The role of radical hope in bridging our differences.
- The benefits of spending time with “senior saints and playground prophets.”
Links and Resources
- Instagram: @revjenbailey
- Facebook: @faithmattersnetwork
- Twitter: @revjenbailey
- You can purchase Jennifer’s book here: To My Beloveds: Letters on Faith, Race, Loss, and Radical Hope
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