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Dennis Liu

Dennis Liu

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Have you ever heard the idea that being colorblind to race and ethnicity is the solution to racism and prejudice? With completely great intentions, people want to look past skin color and focus on the heart and deeper parts of life. Dennis Liu shares about how, in his experience, trying to be colorblind to race and ethnicity is unhelpful and how we can move past that.

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Prompts for Reflection

  • What is something beautiful about your ethnic identity that you can leverage for the mission of God?
  • What is something that you might have once found as a hindrance about your ethnic identity that you can now find beauty in?
  • Are there any ethnic wounds that you could have caused that you could take proactive steps to seek reconciliation in?

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