The Splendorful Path methodology is infused by a lifetime of hard knocks, service, listening, learning, outdoor community life and play.
Where do you begin?
Ask your heart. What needs attention? What would be delicious to dig into? Start there.
Universal Movements with No-Cost or Low-Cost Materials:
- The Choose Love Movement
- S.M.A.R.T.: Strategic, Moral, Achievable, Resilient, Transformative Leadership with Ambassador Prudence Bushnell
- Millions of Conversations
- Welcoming America
- More In Common
Innovative Civic Parks, Communities & Statues
- The Poor People’s Campaign
- Maison Shalom, Rwanda & Burundi
- Bethany Land Institute, Uganda
- Rick’s Place: A park for soldiers to reintegrate with their families
- Anathoth Community Garden, NC
- Reconciliation Statues
- Epiphany School, Dorchester, MA
- Gardens as a structure for peace-building
Greed (& How We Can’t See Our Own)
- The Christmas Carol
- The work of the Poor People’s Campaign
- Conscious Capitalism
- The works of Prof. Rebecca Henderson
- This chilling essay about greed in Uganda & Wall St.
- Magatte Wade: Why We Need Capitalism Despite Its Problems
“Christian v. Christian” is a hidden narrative underlying many partisan challenges.
70% of the US population identifies as Christian and at the state level, many of those percentages are significantly higher. Christians also vote along highly partisan lines.
By helping Christians find the “AND” (Jesus AND Justice), we can help reconcile our country.
- MLK Jr speech: “We have before us a glorious opportunity…
- The Art + Writings of Makoto Fujimura
- The Works of Professor Fr. Emmanuel Katongole
- The Works of Norman Wirzba (ecology)
- The Works of Rev. William Barber II
- The Works of Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
- The Duke Center for Reconciliation
- The African Great Lakes Institute
- The Duke Northeast Asian Center for Reconciliation
- Difference by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury
- The work of Rev. Willie Jennings
- CCDA – The Life of John Perkins
- The work of Dr. Anthea Butler
- The preaching of Rev. William Lamar IV (You can attend a service in DC)