Expose Early

Resources for parents and children to define and address racial disparities and how to overcome them.

Exchange Experiences

Crucial conversations that lead to learning, understanding and healing.

Embrace Empathy

It’s through our stories that we truly begin to see who someone is and what it took to stand where they stand.

Economic Impact

We are concerned about the growth and sustainability of minority-owned businesses in our local community and have provided some businesses below that we encourage you to show your patronage to.

Education & Resources

Books, podcasts and movies that help define race in America


Our country is at a crossroads. After seeing the publicly televised murder of George Floyd at the hands of four police officers in Minneapolis, MN, a cry for justice and change in our Nation has risen to unprecedented levels. The church is not exempt from the calls for this change and must take the lead. As followers of Christ we are commanded to seek justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God. As the Apostle Paul states, God gave us all the ministry of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:19).

To help facilitate change in both the hearts of men and the laws of this nation, we’ve created the following guide. We feel that by focusing on Exposing Early, Exchanging Experiences, Embracing Empathy, Economic Impact and Education we can foster ongoing and lasting change in America.

Our church is a diverse community of believers from all racial and social backgrounds. No matter what ethnicity you are, we have built this site to spark conversation, foster new ideas and provide resources to help you make a difference in our community.

Expose Early

We’ve all seen social media posts of children of very young ages naturally expressing love and friendship with children of other races. It is naturally in us all from birth to love one another as Christ loved the church. Unfortunately, as children get older they encounter the harsh reality of racism in our world. One of our goals of Exposing Early is to provide a safe space for our parents to educate their children on racial disparities and how to overcome them. Simply putting our head in the sand and acting as if it doesn’t exist will not solve the problem.

Please use this resource to help your child understand that they are their brother’s keeper as well as be prepared for tough conversations that are necessary with your children through every stage of their life. We have been intentional in separating this content by age group to ensure that your child is exposed to material suitable for their stage of development. And please make sure your kiddo and student check out the sections made for kids and teenagers by kids and teenagers.

Student Panel on Race and Injustice in America

Articles and Blogs for Children

Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before Talking to Your Kids About Racism from our friends at Parent Cue.

Raising kids who will initiate racial equality 

An age-by-age guide to talking to your kids about racism

Talking About Race from the National Musuem of African American History & Culture

Recent protests are sparking questions from children. Not shying away from those conversations is the first step in raising an anti-racist child. 


Latasha Morrison, the founder of Be The Bridge, says reconciliation in a racially divided country begins with conversations at home. In this episode, she will share how you can start equipping your children to start the work of racial unity.

Children’s Books to Consider 

Educational Resources Parents & Adults

How to be an Anti-Racist

“The only way to undo racism is to consistently identify and describe it—and then dismantle it,” writes professor Ibram X. Kendi. This is the essence of antiracism: the action that must follow both emotional and intellectual awareness of racism. Explore what an antiracist society might look like, how we can play an active role in building it, and what being an antiracist in your own context might mean.

Fuller Youth Institute

We’re not all just alike: Challenges and opportunities in multiethnic youth ministries

Exchange Experiences

Crucial conversations are an essential part of learning, understanding and healing. Here you’ll find resources to help foster conversations and get answers you need. Whether with city officials, among friends or with people who we have no point of reference for, let’s talk about race in America. Talking leads to thinking; thinking leads to action. Action leads to change.

Jim Crow and Racism Explained

Uncomfortable conversations with a black man

Holy Post – Race in America  Veggie Tales CEO 

Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses ‘White Fragility’

Authors Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi on how to become aware of privilege

The Pandemic of a Culture: It’s Everybody’s Issue with Bishop T.D. Jakes & Carl Lentz

Ibram X. Kendi on How to be an Antiracist, at UC Berkeley

Jim Crow of the North (full documentary)


Embrace Empathy

It’s through our stories that we truly begin to see who someone is and what it took to stand where they stand, be who they are. We feel that if you can understand someone’s history you can also understand why their point of view might differ from yours. As Reggie Joiner puts it “Empathy is pressing pause on your own thoughts and feelings long enough to understand someone else’s.” If you’re on this page and you are not a minority, please open your heart enough to hear someone else’s story. It wouldn’t hurt any of us to listen more and to admit we don’t have all the answers.

The Importance of Empathy

Try to understand how other people experience the world.

An Example of What Privilege Looks Like

Brené Brown on Empathy

Dr Brené Brown reminds us that we can only create a genuine empathic connection if we are brave enough to really get in touch with our own fragilities.

Economic Impact

One of the ways we fight racism is by bridging the poverty gap that many minorities find themselves in. We understand that in a COVID-19 culture, businesses all over the country are hurting, and specifically minority owned businesses. We are concerned about the growth and sustainability of minority owned businesses in our local community and have provided some businesses below that we encourage you to show your patronage to. If you would like your business listed, feel free to click the button below.

*Please note: Businesses listed here are provided for information purposes only. A listing here does not mean an endorsement by The Potter’s House of North Dallas, Inc.


Just Cake It! Custom Desserts – bakery 

Cookie Society – bakery

Asper’s Chocolate – chocolate

Julie’s Sweets – bakery

Bottled in Bond Cocktail Parlour & Kitchen – restaurant and bar

Tender Smokehouse – restaurant 

The Crazy Crab Pot – food delivery

Southern Kitchen Gourmet Food Truck – food truck

Spiceroo – spices

Extra Ordinary Events and Catering – catering

Bryoni Catering – catering

Healthy Sunflower – vegan and allergen-free catering

Beauty and Wellness

RYS Hair & Beauty Supply – beauty

Bona Blends Beauty – beauty

Clarity Luxe Beauty – beauty

UI Global Brands – skincare

Destiny Day Spa – skincare and spa

The Fade Shop – barbershop

Da Nu U – barbershop

Her Growing Hands – hair salon

Extraordinary Health & Wellness Center – wellness

Her Secret Garden V-Steam & Spa – wellness and spa

XscapePain – wellness

Alpha Orthopedics – sports medicine

Gym 580 – gym

Sweet Tooth Dental – dental care

Stonebriar Medical Associates P.A. – medical care

Massage Artz – massage

Jam Box Fitness Lounge – fitness

Totally Awesome Cheer All-stars – cheerleading and tumbling program

The Nutrition Lady – nutrition counseling

Personal & Business Development

5K Technical Services – technology 

The Brass Effect – IT services 

NXTLVL Consulting Group – business consulting

Reveal and Restore Counseling, PLLC – personal development

IQ Plus Ventures – business consulting

The Zeigler Agency, Allstate – insurance

SWAG247 – custom promotional items

Regg2200 – business development consulting 

Inspire U Mobile Apps – app development 

Contoured Résumés – resume writing and career coaching

Journey Medical Training Center – vocational school offering CNA training

A.J. Moore, Jr. & Company – graphic design specializing in corporate real estate

Boost Your Pockets – financial coaching

EdenU – personal betterment courses

Repair, Design and Home Needs

Brightstar Heating and Air – construction

The Kingdom Painting – construction

Close Automatic Garage Door – garage door services

Hutchinson Roofing – roof repair

Ardent Plumbing – plumbing

92nd Street Design – interior design

Nikki Noelle Designs – crystal embellishments

Oasis Accents – home furnishings

Tarvia Bills the Cleaning Lady, LLC – cleaning services

Valet Maids – cleaning services

Extreme Platinum Mobile Detailing – detailing

Destined with Creativity – wreaths and home decor

ABJ Window Trends & Interiors – shutters, shades and other window coverings

CJazzyArt – art and decor

Brook Messay with Keller Williams Frisco – real estate

Kim Bogney with Keller Williams Frisco – real estate

Team Ford DFW – real estate

Personal Assistance

Errands Master – personal assistant services

Mz Ronda On The Go, Personal Assistant & Errand Service – personal assistant services 

Inclusive Community Home Care Agency – home aide services

Faithful Couriers – medical couriers

Arts and Entertainment

Amp U Music – songwriting and music production 

Imagin-Ary Visions – photography

Book Mecca – bookstore

Education & Resources

Books to Consider

Podcasts to Consider

Movies to Consider