Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Joseph Hill | Healing Our Broken Humanity
Erin Martine Sessions interviews Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Joseph Hill on their book “Healing Our Broken Humanity.”
Healing Our Broken Humanity is about things disciples can do together and in their neighborhoods to bring change, hope, love, and healing. We offer 9 ways to transform society, from lament and repentance to seeking justice, being reconcilers, and more. Doing these things enables God’s people to make a difference and see justice restored. Jesus calls us to be a peacemaking and reconciling people.
Here’s what’s in the book:
Foreword by Willie James Jennings
Introduction: Nine Practices That Heal Our Broken Humanity
1. Reimagine Church
2. Renew Lament
3. Repent Together
4. Relinquish Power
5. Restore Justice
6. Reactivate Hospitality
7. Reinforce Agency
8. Reconcile Relationships
9. Recover Life Together
Epilogue: A Benediction and Prayer
Appendix One: Questions for Small Group Discussion and Engagement
Appendix Two: The Nine Transforming Practices Accountability Form
Appendix Three: Resources for Healing Our Broken Humanity
To help churches do these things, our book includes small group activities, discussion questions, and exercises in each chapter. Our hope is that Christians would do these 9 practices together in community, and also in their cities and neighborhoods.
Discover here how to bring real change to a dehumanized world: https://amzn.to/2NqFScy
Purchase the book in these places:
Book Depository: http://bit.ly/2xgWZIW
InterVarsity Press: http://bit.ly/2ISmCJQ
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