Going to the Justice Conference? Learn About Transformational Advocacy!
By Krisanne Vaillancourt-Murphy
Are you going to the Justice Conference in Philadelphia on Feb. 22 and 23? If so, we’ve got just the workshop for you: "Transformational Advocacy: A Faithful Witness to the Reign of God."
Should evangelical Christians use their influence to shape U.S. foreign policies on global poverty and other issues? Is there a biblical approach to advocacy? How can we strategically “remember the poor” (Galatians 2:10) while sharing the saving news of Christ? How might we be changed in the process? Asbury Seminary, Bread for the World and Eastern University recently created a website called evangelicaladvocacy.com to help evangelicals make sense of these and related questions.
Join this prayerful and scripturally-grounded workshop, based on the research done for the website, to explore an authentic evangelical approach to the theology and practice of advocacy.
Can’t wait to see you there!
For more information about the Justice Conference workshops, and to register, visit thejusticeconference.com.
Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy leads national evangelical church relations at Bread for the World.
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