This simple pdf was adapted from Howard Zehr's book Changing Lenses: Restorative Justice for Our Times, created by The Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, a program of Eastern Mennonite University.
Virtual Safe Church Workshop: Restorative Practices with Classis Rocky Mountain (Oct. 26 from 7 to 9 pm MST)
In this workshop, participants will experience the history and framework of restorative practices, and how to integrate them in a church setting.
Watch this webinar, which explores the following aspects of the framework for restorative practices: continuum of practices, practice domains, fair process, and the compass of shame.
When Spiritual Leaders Do Harm: Starting Small and Choosing to Be With in Small Oases of Restorative Resiliency
Here are two ways to prevent harm in spiritual communities through restorative practices: starting small, and choosing to be with.
This webinar explored why restorative practices are worth it in the aftermath of COVID, helped define following aspects of the framework for restorative practices: continuum of practices, practice domains, fair process, and the compass of shame.
A description of restorative justice or restorative practices without a sea of definitions, paradigm shifts and anecdotes: a restorative gift.
I wonder what our faith communities would look like if we chose to embrace our tension and conflict, to value relationship with others more than being right.