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Saturday, May 20 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Race, Stress, and Ministry: Leading As People of Color in a Racialized Society

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Has the interaction of your race, the demands of your organization, and systemic injustice taken a toll on you? This workshop will identify the unique dynamics of racial tension that leaders of color experience in ministry, as well as ideas to address the stress and fatigue that such tension can bring. Lastly, we will dig deeper into what it means to accompany youth of color in their discipleship journey in a racialized society.

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Marcos Canales

Lead Pastor, La Fuente Ministries
Marcos Canales holds a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Seminary. He is a Latino pastor and church planter who is passionate about the leadership development of emerging Latina/o generations. Currently, Marcos is the lead pastor of La Fuente Ministries, a bilingual, intercultural... Read More →


Saturday May 20, 2017 11:15am - 12:30pm
Duke 601

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