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But the church, as a human institution, remains broken and unable to embody fully this unity or oneness. Too often, the failure of Christians to manifest God's love is rooted in differences in culture, traditions, or language that lead to fear and misunderst Faith in Jesus Christ incorporates all Christians into the body of Christ, the invisible communion of all believers. Too often, the failure of Christians to manifest God's love is rooted in differences in culture, traditions, or language that lead to fear and misunderstanding. This book brings together a collection of stories--of songs--that give the reader insight, that provide examples of how to share stories and learn from them, and that ultimately can lead to a new way of understanding the concepts of beloved community and the body of Christ.
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We acknowledge that silence in the face of systemic racism and community fears serves only to make matters worse. We commit to lead, model and engage in honest dialogue and respectful conversation and invite people of faith everywhere to join us. Let us repent of our own racial bias and abuse of privilege. May we love God more deeply and, through that love, build relationships that honor the desire of people everywhere to be seen, valued, heard and safe.
As United Methodists, we affirm that all lives are sacred and that a world free of racism and xenophobia is not only conceivable, but worthy of our pursuit. We renew our commitment to work for a Church that is anti-racist and pro-humanity, believing that beloved community cannot be achieved by ignoring cultural, racial and ethnic differences, but by celebrating diversity and valuing all people.
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