Through its Biblically-based, Student and Adult Unity Lab programs, LOAM partners with schools, churches and organizations to guide participants in taking the practical steps necessary to walk out Jesus’ command for His followers to love one another. This includes having meaningful conversations about race and doing challenging work to bring about healing, restoration, and racial reconciliation.

The LOAM Adult Unity Lab and the Student Unity Lab programs are based on nine foundational principles, which are covered over eight sessions. Both Unity Lab programs can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your school, church or organization.


Students who successfully complete the LOAM Unity Lab Leadership and Legacy Experience for high school seniors are eligible to apply for a LOAM Unity Lab Scholarship to help with college expenses. Applicants must also demonstrate a sincere desire to continue to work towards racial reconciliation.

To donate to the LOAM Unity Lab Scholarship Fund, please visit our Donate page.

To request more information about the LOAM Unity Lab Scholarship application process, please visit our Contact Us page.


Here are some of the ways the Unity Lab has blessed the participants seeking to learn more about reconciliation:

I gained a renewed sense of hope for God’s bride as we engaged with each other. Seeing others of different backgrounds and denominations come together to have difficult conversations centered on our faith, with an eye toward progress was extremely encouraging. I looked forward to the weekly meetings and will miss them.”

– Adult Unity Lab Participant

“The biblical passages solidified my desire for racial reconciliation and I feel armed with the Holy Spirit and the connection with the group that even in an 8 week course we can come together and make a little progress! That was encouraging. I appreciate the vulnerability and honesty of the Black participants. That had a big impact on me.”

– Adult Unity Lab Participant

Hearing personal voices and sentiments concerning race relations from others of various races and gender ignited the desire to continue to create relationships and spaces where all are heard and understood and propelled to work positively toward a godly relationship of justice and equality for all.”

– Adult Unity Lab Participant

*Artwork from a Student Unity Lab participant

Examples of how some Student Unity Lab participants define racial reconciliation in their own words:

“Making up for racism”
“Owning up to what’s happened and work towards forgiveness”
“Understanding and coming together to create bridges”
“Appreciate other people’s differences”
“Being at peace with the past.”
“Understanding and acknowledging racism”
“Healing the wounds of racism, oppression, judgement and fear surrounding race to create a more unified society.”
“Involves healing the tension and divide between the races by recognizing and working to solve why it exists in the first place.”
“Healing relationships between different races and reaching true justice.”
“Includes anti-racist work and healing racial divides.”
“Mending the scars…”

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