Soong Chan Rah: An excerpt from a keynote message by Soong Chan Rah at SCORR 2009, urging the Christian community to live the message of reconciliation and to be leaders in our society against racism and in promoting a just society. Transcription available here.
Linda Kazibwe: Discover a lively workshop option where Afro-Cuban, Afro-Haitian, and other elements of dance from the African diaspora are explored, creating an experience that fosters unity and reconciliation amidst attendees. Transcription available here.
Chuukese Dance: As part of Worship Mosaic, dance is an act of worship where the participants reflect on the mighty acts of God throughout history where He brought restoration and reconciliation amongst His people. The language is in Chuukese, a dialect of indigenous people of Micronesia.
Richard Twiss, a member of the Sicangu band of the Rosebud Lakota Tribe and founder and director of Wiconi Ministries, shares his heart and vision for diversity and the Body of Christ in a keynote address at SCORR 2010.
Taiko is a Japanese art form of passionate drumming. A crowd favorite, Taiko drumming is one of many aspects of how the arts are a significant aspect of our growth and process together in reconciliation.
Of the many Taiko groups in Southern California, Kishin Daiko has traveled far and wide to share their energy and skills in the art of Taiko. A crowd favorite, here are excerpts from a past performance at SCORR.
Check out other speakers and facilitators from SCORR speaking in chapel at Biola: