Reconciliation Ministry

"It is the vision of Reconciliation Ministry to build just communities by breaking down the walls within our church which separate us.  We claim a new reality in which we live into God’s realm by celebrating our unity, affirming the cultural traditions of each member of the body of Christ and working together for justice to ensure radical welcome and access to God’s abundant resources."

For Adult Family Members

Embrace Race: We are building an online community to discuss and share best practices for raising and caring for kids, all kids, in the context of race.

InCulture Parent: Online magazine for parents raising little global citizens. Centered around culture, tradition and language, we feature articles on parenting around the world and raising multicultural and multilingual (also bicultural and bilingual) children.

For Young People

Kid World Citizen: Becky developed KWC to be able to share the educational activities that she has used in her classroom and at home with my 4 children to increase global and cultural awareness. You will find an ever-expanding database of age-appropriate, fun activities gathered from around the world that are organized by topic and by country.
KWC: The Sneeches by Dr. Seuss: Anti-Racism Lessons and Discussion


SoulPancake We create content, across various platforms, that explores life's big questions, celebrates humanity, and champions creativity. And we do it with integrity, heart, and humor.

Example: The Story of Martin Luther King Jr. by Kid President

Young People's MinistriesResources gathered for youth ministry and race conversations.

Road to Racial Justice: Board Game for teenagers and young adults. 

Children's Multicultural Books

For Leaders

Healing from Violence Bibliography: Resources for Nonviolent Conflict Transformation, Diversity Appreciation, and Peacemaking Stories

Many Cultures – One World by Lee Yates


Teaching Tolerance: Teaching Tolerance is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences for our nation's children.

We provide free educational materials to teachers and other school practitioners in the U.S. and Canada. Our self-titled magazine is sent to 450,000 educators twice annually, and tens of thousands of educators use our free curricular kits.

More Interfaith and Ecumenical Resources

Online Articles and Resources

UrbanFaith: If you’re looking for an “urban” Christian perspective on the people, news, and ideas that are shaping our lives today, you’ve logged onto the right site.

End Violence Against ChildrenThe Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children is a unique public-private collaboration that includes United Nations agencies, governments, industry, regional bodies, civil society, young people, advocates and champions, all focused on one thing: making the world safe for children.

Faith for Justice: Faith for Justice is a coalition of Christian activists pursuing the biblical call to action in the public sphere.

Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ): SURJ is a national network of groups and individuals organizing white people for racial justice.


For more resources go to Reconciliation Ministry

For more justice connections and information, Justice Connections


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Ministries Across Generations

Disciples Home Missions

PO Box 1986, Indianapolis, IN 46206-1986

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