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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategies

This collection of resources is part of a Center for Congregations' workshop: Integrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategies in Congregations.

We are living in a time when too many polarizing issues are causing anger that unfortunately spills into the church. It has never been more important to promote an inclusive environment, so all will feel welcome. How do we integrate strategies for diversity, equity, and inclusion to respect each other’s differences, and help others do the same? These resources will help you self-reflect and discover areas where you can be more effective, and maximize your ability to foster an environment that supports our continued fellowship and growth.


3 Resources
5 Truths about Diversity in the Church
This brief article focuses on what diversity is, why it happens, and how churches should view...
Focusing on Belonging as part of D&I Strategy
This article lays out considerations for organizational Diversity & Inclusion, especially as...
The Essential Power of Belonging
This TEDx talk highlights belonging, how it helps humans thrive, and how to create it in...

Guest Contributor

Thresette Briggs

Thresette Briggs is the Chief Performance Officer of Performance 3 (P3), a national leadership development firm and certified M/WBE and WOSB headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. P3 believes that every leader can be high performing, with the right opportunity and the right culture, and provides keynotes, training, and coaching and consulting services to help them achieve both, that are delivered through conferences, leadership meetings, learning series, retreats, and strategic planning for small businesses and global, diverse companies in over 10 industries. A servant leader, Thresette holds professional certifications as a Society for Human Resource Management-Senior Certified Professional, John Maxwell Team Speaker, Trainer, Coach & Facilitator, and Development Dimensions International (DDI) Facilitator. She serves in multiple leadership roles including the National Association of Women Business Officers National Board. She received her BBA from Wichita State University and her MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University.

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