Call to Allyship: Preparing Your Congregation for Leaders of Color (Mouth House, 2)

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How can churches do the work of becoming allies for the leaders they call? In belonging to a predominantly white denomination, ELCA members are called to listen and learn from its leaders of color to recognize the assumptions, biases, and harmful actions that result when congregations don’t commit to become allies. Authors offer wisdom, storytelling, and concrete suggestions for churches preparing to call a leader of color. Call to Allyship is a must-read for call committees, church councils, social justice teams, and anyone prepared to do the work of understanding, welcoming, and celebrating these leaders.

Chapter 1 How to Read This Book by Rev. Angela T. !Khabeb

Chapter 2 Intersectionality by Dr. Kelly Sherman-Conroy

Chapter 3 The Call Process by Bp. Patricia Davenport

Chapter 4 Embodied Ministry by Rev. Jenny Sung

Chapter 5 Family Life by Rev. Priscilla Paris-Austin

Chapter 6 Compensation by Rev. Viviane Thomas-Breitfeld

Chapter 7 Nonrostered Leaders by Dr. Kelly Sherman-Conroy

Chapter 8 Allyship by Rev. Dr. Andrea Walker

Chapter 9 Gifts of Leaders by Bp. Felix Malpica

Chapter 10 What’s Next by Rev. Angela T. !Khabeb

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