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Graciously Diverse: A Mighty Workshop for Seeing and Loving our Neighbor
February 27, 2021 @ 2:00 pm—4:00 pm CST$40
Are you struggling with current events surrounding racial and social unrest? Looking to find a resource to help you understand and navigate the relationships in your life because of it all? We don’t want you to struggle. We are here to help.
We all hear so much about diversity and inclusion in our communities, social platforms, and the news. There are several trainings available, and they all seem fine until one stands apart from the norm. Graciously Diverse offers a different perspective to the approach to acknowledging differences and including others as parts of our lives with love and grace. Together, we will address biases, debunk stereotypes, and build the bridges of relationship through fun/engaging activities and healing discussion in a safe, warm, and welcoming environment.
Cost is $40 for the workshop. Kindred Souls members receive a discount.
Purchase the workshop and get a signed copy of the Graciously Diverse book for only $50.
This is an in-person event at Soul Care with a capacity of 25 people to accommodate safe social distancing. We require all attendees to wear masks.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Adi Puckett is the owner, missionary, and love enthusiast for Root To Branches Ministries. She is also a published author and certified relationship coach on a mission to inspire love, grace, and unity throughout her community and beyond! Her passion for the hearts of people and her life as an ambassador of Christ has led her to teach and equip others to authentically love their neighbors as they wish to be loved. Adi is co-chair of the Mahomet, IL Community Facilitation Committee, advisor to village administration, teacher and mentor to the residents of Merci’s Refuge (of the Champaign Pregnancy Resource Center) and Restoration Urban Ministries. She, her ministry, and her books have been featured in the Our Town segment of WICIA-3’s CiLiving. Adi lives in Mahomet, IL with her husband, Franklin, and their blended children.