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“God said, ‘You have an agenda. I have a plan.'”

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By Forrest White In the basement of All Souls Presbyterian Church, our Northside team leaders wrestled with a familiar question – Where have you seen God at work? Anita told of having heard God speak directly to her. “God said, ‘You have an agenda. I have a plan.’” God’s message brought Anita peace and clarity about her work and the ability to let go of her plan and allow the spirit to move in unexpected ways. For Sadie, it hasn’t been about expanding, it was about letting go. She shared, “I feel lighter, a whole lot lighter, and still able to love.” All Souls Pastor Brent, who supports this team of neighborhood leaders, praised God for protecting him when he fell from a ladder. There were bumps and bruises, but it could have been much worse. God spoke to him through a devotional written by Oswald Chambers. “Its basic message was, ‘Do you trust in God or trust in people?’” Brent said. Everyone around the table agreed. We need to focus our trust on God. Wendy told the leaders about her emotional morning, as a burden she had been carrying brought her to her knees during a time of prayer. “How do we take the pain of people hurting us and still love like Jesus?” Wendy asked. There was silence around the table. Wendy looked to Monica. “You embody that,” she said. “I see God in you.” Surely, God’s presence was in this place. As we move into the busy season of summer, seeking to reach young people who will be Dream Catchers who build relationships with their neighbors,...
Feedback from Our Latest Cohort

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I was at breakfast with my mentor, explaining what asset-based community development is. I put it in the simplest terms I knew how: growing and nurturing assets within a community to help it become self-sufficient and self-reliant; focusing on systemic problems rather than symptoms. And then it hit me: this is really good. I’d obviously believed in ABCD (I work for an organization that does it full time, after all), but it didn’t really click until I was explaining it. This is good. This is right. This is the most empathetic and genuine way to help rebuild communities. This is awesome. Over the past months, Embrace has had the chance to introduce some great new friends to ABCD through Mission Shift Training. We’ve covered it pretty extensively, but after reading the feedback from our latest cohort, we wanted to take the opportunity to share what we heard. “I’ve grown personally in my knowledge of the many efforts underway in the city. Hearing about success stories was the most rewarding experience of the training.”   “My understanding of and appreciation for these concepts has really grown. I want to share these ideas with everyone I talk to!”   “This class has fundamentally shifted the way I think about outreach.”   “As a registered nurse and as a teacher, it’s hardest for me to not set goals and plans for the individuals. Shifting to allowing them to reach decisions that are the best for them – and not what I think is what’s best for them – was challenging.” At the end of the day, this is what matters. It’s not...
Our Final Cohort

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We’re leaving. It’s sad, but true; after eight weeks together, it’s finally time to go back to our churches and communities to share what we’ve learned. Mission Shift training has been fantastic so far- we’ve previously covered it here and here, exploring the ins and outs of what Mission Shift Training really is all about. Over the past two months, our cohort has had the chance to learn about how to really care for our neighbors: doing work with them, not for them; focusing on community-based ministry rather than cause-based. This is only a taste of what asset-based community development really is like. It’s sad in a way- the past months have been special. We’ve had a chance to hear from neighbors who have experienced asset-based community development first hand and can speak to the value of focusing on development rather than relief. Our participants have interviewed neighbors in their communities and started giving agency to neighborhood voices rather than relying on outside “experts.” All-in-all, our cohort was a success. Our friends will return to their churches and have the chance to share what they’ve learned. The future remains undetermined, but a world of possibilities now exist for neighborhoods across metro Richmond. We’re leaving, but it’s time.   — If you think your congregation would benefit form Mission Shift Training, we’d love to talk to you more. Contact Wendy at wendy@embracerichmond.org to find out how your church can get...
Meet Essie

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In case you weren’t aware, “Kansas City” is actually two places. Rather, if someone talks about Kansas City, they could be referring to one of two places: the one in Missouri or the one in Kansas. What’s even more confusing is the cities are right next to each other, their only divider being a highway and state line. Essie is from the Kansas side of Kansas City. The barbecue isn’t as good, but the city is much prettier. Essie just joined the Embrace team as our Community Engagement Intern; she’ll be overseeing our neighborhood listening efforts this summer across Metro Richmond. Having a conversation with Essie is like talking to someone you’ve known your entire life; she’s got this non-regional dialect that a local news anchor would kill for, but the pace of a Midwesterner. She speaks thoughtfully, methodically; the wisdom of her words hangs in the air, begging you to ask a follow-up. After college (Witchita State), Essie was trying to discern God’s call on her life. A member of the Presbyterian Church, she felt God calling her to serve abroad. She spent a year in Northern Ireland with the Presbyterian Church Young Adult Volunteer Program. “I was discerning a call in ministry and considering my background in social work,” she says. “I wanted them to work together, but it takes some time to see that.” While there, Essie did…pretty much everything. Helping run youth activities for a church. Visiting with adults and families in the community. Coordinating programs at a youth center. Working with elementary school kids to prepare them for the next step in their education....
Exciting New Opportunities for Young Adults

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Over the past decade, Embrace Richmond has been blessed to have dozens of young adults choose to serve in the communities Embrace Richmond supports. This year we have expanded our focus on training and engaging young adults in asset-based community development. We have added an annual Mission Immersion Experience, Community Engagement and Story Telling Internships, as well as our latest project, the Embrace Community Fellows Program. The Community Fellows Program is designed for young adults who are interested in living and serving in a low wealth community. This program is open to young adults ages 21-30 who are current students or recent collage graduates who feel that training and experiencing Asset-based Community Development would help them grow personally, spiritually and/or vocationally. All Fellows will live in the Embrace Community House located in Southern Highland Park. All Fellows will engage in the northside through a community action team of their choosing.   Participants in the Fellows Program will receive reduced rent and free participation in all Embrace Richmond training events. Those who choose to also participate in either our Community Engagement or Reporter internships will be eligible for free rent. To learn more about the Community Fellows Program, click here. To learn more about our Community Engagement Internships, click here. To learn more about our Community Reporter Internships, click...
Dream Catcher Grants

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Last year, Embrace Richmond piloted a community listening project that engaged local youth in the community development process. These local youth conducted 50 surveys of their neighbors and documented the gifts, talents and dreams of the neighbors they met. At the conclusion of the project, the youth shared their discoveries with all who participated in the project and invited participates to join the effort and help make the dreams of the neighbors a reality. That project led to the launch of the Griffin Block club, the Peace and Justice Circle and a collaboration with Embraced by Wings youth program. The project was so successful that we have decided to make it available to other communities this summer. We are currently offering grants to partnering congregations and non-profits who would like to pilot the project in their own neighborhoods. We have the following grant opportunities currently available: Training and Coaching Grants: Embrace Richmond will give 3 training and coaching grants to church groups or non-profits who are interested in launching the project this summer. These grants will cover 6 hours of training, 6 hours of coaching, 12 hours of group facilitation and 2 hours of event facilitation. The total value of these training and coaching grants is $1,000. Youth Community Engagement Grants: In addition, Embrace Richmond will donate up to $500 to 5 neighborhood youth groups who engage young people from public housing communities or in neighborhoods located in the near northside of Richmond. Mission Shift Graduate Grants: Embrace Richmond will also donate up to $500 toward community listening projects that are being coordinated by graduates of our Mission Shift...
Five Weeks Later

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This is a post in a series about our Mission Shift Cohort. Read the first blog post here. _______ No pizza this time, but that’s understandable. We’re down to business. We’ve been meeting every week at First Baptist Church for five weeks now. (It’s strange to write that; I feel like we just started!) We’ve done a lot in the past five weeks. We’ve talked at length together about addressing root causes of problems rather than providing surface level solutions. We’ve assessed the ministries of our churches and talked about shifting from programs to people. We’ve discussed finding and growing the gifts within our communities- gifts of the head, the hands and the heart. Additionally, we’ve done some hands on work as well- we’ve mapped the gifts of the neighborhoods that we feel called to. We’ve got just two trainings left before all of our friends from St. James the Less in Ashland, Reveille UMC, Saint Stephen’s Episcopal, St. Michael’s Catholic, and First Baptist Church. will head back to their churches with their newfound knowledge. From there, each participant will discern the next faithful step for themselves and their respective churches. Will they invite Embrace Richmond to conduct a church-wide training This “deep dive,” like the one just completed by Chester UMC, allows each church a chance to get an idea of how they specifically can, as a church body, shift their mission and vision to caring for their neighbors in a lasting, transformative way. Or, they may launch into a community listening project applying the tools from our Dream Catcher Project in their own neighborhood context. Perhaps some will choose...
My First Thursday at Peace & Justice Circle

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Anita smiled when she told me about the door. “You gotta throw your back into it,” she said. “It’s not gonna break.” The heavy door to the basement of All Souls Presbyterian Church behind me, I came into the room to see a group of new friends sitting around in a circle of chairs, couches and loveseats. The group was kind enough to do introductions since I still didn’t know everyone. I looked around the room at each person, trying to remember their names; these would be my Thursday night pals for the foreseeable future. Every Thursday night, this group Anita calls the POPS, or “Persons of Peace” gathers in the basement of All Souls. Anita, our community connector in the Historic Brookland Park community started calling this prayer group POPS after a discussion about Luke 10 during one of our ABCD training events. In Luke 10, Jesus is sending the 70 out two by two and his instructions to them are to find the “persons of peace.”   “Whatever house you enter, first say, ‘Peace be to this house!’ 6 And if a son of peace is there, your peace will rest upon him. But if not, it will return to you. 7 And remain in the same house, eating and drinking what they provide, for the laborer deserves his wages. Do not go from house to house.”   –Luke 10: 5-7   This small group of faithful Jesus followers has been meeting for three years. They started out praying for Brookland Park Blvd and economic revitalization, then made a significant shift in February of 2015 to focus on praying about issues of injustice...
CFA Visit

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  There are two kinds of peach cobbler in this world: the kind that North Star Catering makes, and everyone else’s. I had North Star’s after dinner. Lucky me.   Twice a year, the Communities First Association gathers its members together in one of its communities to learn about the work being done across the country. It’s a special time devoted to the “troops” on the ground; it’s for the laborers to talk about the joys and the struggles.   This spring’s gathering took place in Richmond. We met at All Souls (a place becoming more and more special to me each day). CFA members traveled from all across the country- Michigan, Illinois, California and North Carolina to name just a few of the places.   Embrace had a chance to share what we’re doing here in Richmond. Our partners in Hillside Court came and talked about the trials and triumphs of the past few years. There was laughter. There was renewed vision. There was dreaming and praying and tears. There was even a little bit of singing.   And there was peach...