Confronting racism is not just a social or political matter, but a theological one.
It is the Bible that calls us to pursue justice, and the Bible that calls us to oppose racism. Justice or Just Us
is a four-week video curriculum based on a sermon series and anti-racism commitment at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Indianapolis. Pastors Rob Fuquay, Nicole Caldwell-Gross, and Jevon Caldwell-Gross help you acknowledge the reality of racism in our world today, as well as our Christian responsibility to oppose it as individuals and together as the church. The curriculum is based around four teaching videos with places to pause and discuss questions with your small group.
This downloadable leader pack includes the full video session scripts, with the questions for discussion, so that you can have a reliable reference during your conversations; a weekly hand-out for your group members to take home; and a list of 8 proven strategies for starting an anti-racism movement in your church to help you take the next steps.