Rev. Neal Christie is one of the United Methodist Church’s most talented thinkers and facilitators. His generous, kind spirit comes across in everything he does, including when that work involves difficult conversations. Today I talk with Neal about the importance of language, relationships, and how the hard work of becoming an anti-racist Church can be done with grace.
Neal is United Methodist clergy, lives in Washington, DC, and is part of the team at the Lakelands Institute.