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Healing Our Spiritual Wounds

For the last two years I have had the great privilege to serve as faculty of the CRIBB (Creating Responsible and Intelligent Black Brothers) Fellowship. In the role, I have had the opportunity to mentor and instruct young Black emerging leaders in social justice and public health. But more specifically, I have a specific charge in supporting faith work; and not specifically doctrinal work, but what I call “reconciliation work”—that is, helping, leading, healing, repairing, and re-presenting God.

As faith has been a consistent part of my own journey as an individual, as a man, as a leader, as a provider, as a teacher, as a healer, I know personally what the role of the Black church has been in my life and how it has impacted my life.

This talk is entitled “Healing Our Spiritual Wounds” and looks deeply at the role of the Black Church among Black SGL men across the generations and beginning to address church hurt, church trauma, what we do as individuals, as a community, and what can the church as an institution do.

Would love to hear your thoughts!


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