Rewind: Sheila Wise Rowe on Why Every Multiethnic Church Needs a Racial Healing Ministry (Q&A)

Sheila Wise Rowe Healing Racial Trauam Book
Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience by Sheila Wise Rowe.

Faithfully Magazine spoke with Sheila Wise Rowe shortly after the publication of her latest book, Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience. The book invites readers to consider how to individually or collectively pursue healing from racial trauma.

As the United States marks the inauguration of a new presidential administration, this topic of healing from racial trauma is relevant more than ever. Christians and churches in the United States will need to reckon with the fallout from the previous administration and the impact it has made on Christian communities of color around the nation.

In this exclusive interview, Rowe discusses the necessity of racial trauma ministry in multiethnic churches, the prevalence of racism and microaggressions, and the challenges of true reconciliation.

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