God’s Call to Justice and Equity

Sunday, 12/5/21 at 10:20am

Sunday, December 5 from 10:20-11:05 a.m. in P307

This course will explore the calls for justice and equity that should drive those who seek to be Christians. In examination of Isaiah 1:17, we will discuss how our faith should order our steps toward the ending of systems of oppression and suffering, while illuminating the painful correlation between the literal cries of today’s people. 

“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, and please the widow's cause.” —Isaiah 1:17

About the Instructor:

Terra Gay, founder of Change and Transformation Consulting, is the principal  speaker, presenter or instructor for seminars, workshops, presentations, and training courses. Ms. Gay also developed The Ngambika Academy (a Kiswahili word pronounced Nam-bee-kah, meaning ‘help me carry the load’) to provide a ‘train the trainer’ model and curriculum for volunteers and mentors seeking to create ongoing leadership, service learning and life skills training for young people. In addition, she is working with the The King Center as Assistant Producer for their Beloved Community Talks program. As Assistant Producer she develops toolkits and content to support communities and organizations across the country in hosting courageous conversations to Bridge the Racial Divide. Ms. Gay has a B.A. degree in African and African-American Studies from Emory University, has a Certificate in Cultural Diversity and Race Relations from Fisk University and a Certificate in Leading for Excellence & Equity from Harvard Graduate School of Education. 

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