The Skin You Live In: Building Friendships Across Cultural Lines
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The Skin You Live In: Building Friendships Across Cultural Lines

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by David Ireland
     
 

Become an authentic reconciler.
How can you be a person who naturally forms cross-race relationships? In The Skin You Live In, author and pastor David Ireland combines Scripture with exhaustive research and years of experience to show how you can build interracial friendships, promote racial reconciliation, and support diversity in the church.

Overview

Become an authentic reconciler.
How can you be a person who naturally forms cross-race relationships? In The Skin You Live In, author and pastor David Ireland combines Scripture with exhaustive research and years of experience to show how you can build interracial friendships, promote racial reconciliation, and support diversity in the church. You’ll discover how to:

  • Become more comfortable when reaching across racial and cultural lines
  • Develop healthy interracial friendships
  • Lead a multicultural team
  • Help others passionately embrace diversity
If you want to reach beyond your walls into someone else’s life, The Skin You Live In is for you. It’s a safe place to let down your guard and receive cross-cultural coaching from a follower of Jesus Christ so you can start the process of friendship building across racial lines in every area of your life. Tyndale House Publishers

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612910963
Publisher:
Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date:
09/14/2012
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


DAVID D. IRELAND is the founding and senior pastor of Christ Church, a six-thousand-member multiracial congregation of more than forty nationalities in Rockaway and Montclair, New Jersey. He holds a doctorate from Regent University and has completed post-doctoral work at the University of Pennsylvania. Ireland is also a consultant to organizations such as the National Basketball Association in the areas of diversity and leadership development. Find out more at www.davidireland.org.

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The Skin You Live in: Building Friendships Across Cultural Lines 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Maryann_L_Hayles More than 1 year ago
Thank you Dr. David (Pastor David) for sharing the genius of "The Skin You Live In". This well versed book serves to reveal the heart of Creator God - embracing all people for who they are as human beings, amazingly created, all colors and hues. It carefully and intentionally presents ways in which we as people can foster a sense of authentic transparency in bringing resolution to an often hidden and mirky disease of the soul - racial divide. It makes you want to step across the vast divide(of the reality of racial tension) and move one step closer to "divine acceptance". Let it marinade your soul and along the way...know that whatever the color of your skin is; is an expression of a Masterful and Creative God who made you just the way you are and surely delights over you!
TapoutNRG More than 1 year ago
This book has given me insights into myself that I have never even considered. It has explained so much that was invisible about others, myself, my family, my friends, associates, school mates and my relationships to them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"The Skin You Live In will lead you in a journey of transformation regarding the struggle and tension within people groups who do not look like us and help in reconciliation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A place in a book where you read and turn the pages, you find interaction with different races and similarities with one another which I believe is the skin I live in.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent book. To begin with every Christ follower should read it as it gives context around what it really means to embrace diversity. It will cause you to think.