Join Monique's effort to bring respectful, biblical, and peaceful conversations about race to the church and culture. Scroll down to see our ministry goals.
CFBU is a 501c3 non-profit.
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P.O. Box 811
Upland, CA 91785
We reached our first fundraising goal, which was to raise enough monthly support so Monique could quit her full-time job. Mission accomplished! This has allowed Monique to be deployed as a full-time missionary into this ministry. We are deeply grateful to everyone who is standing with us!
Here's what's next.
1-2 Year Ministry Goals (2021–2022):
Raise awareness about the rise of CRT in the church and proclaim the truth about biblical unity and justice. We will accomplish this goal in the following ways: 1) content creation (e.g., blog posts and videos), 2) media interviews, 3) public speaking, 4) sponsoring book discussion groups.
Release a 6-week small-group curriculum that can be used by churches to encourage racial unity in local congregations. God willing, we will release this in June 2021.
Hire 2–3 part-time staff to help support the growth of the ministry.
Assemble an advisory board across various academic disciplines to help us build an alternative model for racial unity and justice, one that is grounded firmly in Scripture.
Develop trainings for church and para-church leadership that promote biblical unity.
Develop seminary-level courses to train future Christian leaders in a biblical model for racial unity and justice.
Host the UP Conference in June 2021 and 2022.
3-5 Year Ministry Goals (2023–2025):
Expand the UP Conference to be a 3-day equipping event for pastors and ministry entrepreneurs to build new, biblically based justice ministries.
Build a network of churches and para-church ministries who are committed to biblical unity and to helping meet each other’s physical needs by advocating for a better, more biblical model, for justice.
Publish a multi-author book on racial unity and justice.