"I think God wants us to be in humility, actually seeking out what true repentance looks like — and I'm not sure I know what that is." — Kate Denson
Complete with the background sounds of the city and her infant son, in this episode Kate Denson, director of DC Urban Programs InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and founder of DC Justice Tours, shares her experiences of how learning the history of a community can shape the way we understand and love our neighbors. Kate helps us consider the effects of gentrification and how we can honor people well. Additionally, she shares about her personal exploration of her own family of origin’s history and how understanding her history has shaped her own practices of lament, repentance, and justice.
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