1. We invite you to A Place for Grace, a new way for finding out about our brothers and sisters around the world, and sharing God's grace and love with one another.
    In this first P4G segment with an individual's story, DisciplesNet student minister, Amy Grogan, tells about having bipolar disorder and how people can speak in ways that will be helpful, rather than hurtful.

    Each edition of P4G features a person sharing the world through their eyes. This gives a chance to learn a little about what it is like to be them, and what helps and hurts with some of the struggles they face. We'll also have leaders who can share wisdom about persons who may not be able to speak for themselves. In everything, we hope to grow in understanding about each other, and learn how to live and work together to make the world a better place.

    We hope that these stories and the questions that follow will encourage discussion and thoughtfulness about the people and situations in your own life.

    As always, we greatly appreciate any feedback you can send us (send to: pastor@disciplesnet.org); this is one of the ways we can grow better. Also, if you would like to share your own story with us, please email us and we will share our guidelines and see if we can work this out.

    This video is created by DisciplesNet Church, an online church that works toward interfaith cooperation and Christian unity.
    Discover DisciplesNet Church, a church on the internet with walls as wide as the world, doors that never close, and always room at the table. disciplesnet.org.

    We thank the donors who have made this this video possible and invite you be part of this unique and rapidly growing ministry.

    DisciplesNet Church
    PO Box 17935
    Indianapolis, IN 46217

    Disclaimer: The opinions and insights presented in this series are intended as just that, and do not constitute professional advice. If you have an emergency requiring professional help, please contact the appropriate help agency nearest you.

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  2. When you first meet someone of another race, what's the first thing that comes to mind? What do you say if it is a racial stereotype? In this Place for Grace video, Sophia offers insight into this question from her own experiences of racial stereotypes, then makes suggestions of what can help, rather than hurt in such situations.

    Our P4G videos each feature a person sharing the world through their eyes, giving us the chance to learn a little about what it is like to be them, and what helps and hurts with some of the struggles they face. In everything, we hope to grow in understanding about each other, and learn how to live and work together to share God's love and grace--in hopes of making the world a better place.

    We hope that these stories and the questions that follow will encourage discussion and thoughtfulness about the people and situations in your own life.

    As always, we greatly appreciate any feedback you can send us (send to: pastor@disciplesnet.org); this is one of the ways we can grow better. Also, if you would like to see about sharing your own story with us, please contact us through the email below.

    This video is created by DisciplesNet Church, an online church that works toward interfaith cooperation and Christian unity.
    Discover DisciplesNet Church, a church on the internet with walls as wide as the world, doors that never close, and always room at the table. disciplesnet.org.

    We thank the donors who have made this this video possible and invite you be part of this unique and rapidly growing ministry.

    DisciplesNet Church
    PO Box 17935
    Indianapolis, IN 46217

    Disclaimer: The opinions and insights presented in this series are intended as just that, and do not constitute professional advice. If you have an emergency requiring professional help, please contact the appropriate help agency nearest you.

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  3. What do we mean when we say "People First, Labels Last"?
    This short animation shows how important it is to see the person before the label.

    In this short animation we get a chance to think about how language and labels affect each other, and how important it is to see the person before the label.

    Visit us on our website, disciplesnet.org, to find more episodes of A Place for Grace as they are added.

    We hope that videos encourage discussion and thoughtfulness about the people and situations in your own life.
    As always, we greatly appreciate any feedback you can send us (send to: pastor@disciplesnet.org); this is one of the ways we can grow better. Also, if you would like to share your own story with us, please email us and we will share our guidelines and see if we can work this out.

    We thank the donors who have made this this video possible and invite you be part of this unique and rapidly growing ministry.

    DisciplesNet Church
    PO Box 17935
    Indianapolis, IN 46217

    Disclaimer: The opinions and insights presented in this series are intended as just that, and do not constitute professional advice. If you have an emergency requiring professional help, please contact the appropriate help agency nearest you.

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    Discover DisciplesNet Church, a church on the internet with walls as wide as the world, doors that never close, and always room at the table. disciplesnet.org.

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A Place for Grace

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