Hope Month

Healing the Broken Place of Hatred

We care deeply about healing 6 Broken Places in our world. There is HOPE to be had. And that's why, for four weeks, we're focusing on healing the broken place of hatred and finding ways to tell others "I'm so glad you're on this planet." There are ways to combat racism, prejudice, and discrimination. God has something to say about hatred and so we will discover what that is. Will you join us? 

How to End Racism & Hatred

All month, we will discuss choosing path of love vs. the path of hate. Choosing the path of hatred is what causes racism. Choosing the path of love is what heals it. Healing hatred and racism is not one of many "social justice topics." It's in line with the heart of God. If you join us, you will discover what it means to extend dignity to "the other," you will be challenged to engage with one of our many partners who are on the front lines of stopping racism and violence, and you will celebrate the path of love and HOPE!

Sermons

Unified Series Curriculum

From kids to students to adults, we are all focusing on healing hatred. The following resources will be available all month to kids, students, adults, and Life Groups!

Life Groups Curriculum

Leader Guide

Participant Guide

 
 

We've also broken down the full-length Participant Guide into weekly sections to make it easier to follow! Feel free to print out or follow along throughout the series!

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Kids & Students Curriculum

Middle School

Grace Kids

 
 

Podcast

Social Shareables

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Helpful Articles on Bringing Hope & Reconcilation

Stay In The Room

Posted on June 05, 2020

BY MICHELLE WILLIAMS, GRACE ATTENDER In our prayer gathering on June 3, we discussed our desire as a community to encourage ongoing dialogue in favor of racial justice...

The Broken Places Book Club: Hatred

Posted on June 02, 2020

BY HANNAH STAPLETON, GRACE ATTENDER Hereís what Iíve realized about living during a global pandemic: ††††††††††† 1. Iíve never been more aware of all the ways our world...