I had the opportunity to attend the first Justice Conference in 2011 in Bend, OR, and it was one of the best conferences I've ever been to. Rarely do you get to attend a conference event with as many people that share the same heart and mind for world changing as you do. The conference has gotten bigger and bigger each year, with over 4,000 people in 2012. This year, you can join a simulcast of the event here in Fort Wayne.
Fellowship Missionary Church will host a simulcast of the 2013 Justice Conference from Philadelphia, PA February 22 and 23. The conference promotes inspiration, education, and dialogue around justice related issues such as human trafficking, slavery, poverty, HIV/AIDS and human rights from an Evangelical perspective. This opportunity is ideal for churches and individuals exploring greater involvement in such issues. Plus, Fellowship will offer 4 unique and free, pre-conference sessions on Friday afternoon focused on justice issues with local impact and interest, including:
• When Art and Justice Meet
• Everyday Justice By Everyday People (I'll be facilitating this panel)
• Biblically Informed Immigration Reform
• Congo-A Justice Journey
To attend this simulcast, register through the Justice Conference website. The cost to attend the simulcast is $89, with a student discount rate of $59.00. If you are a student, please contact Becky Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give you the student code. We have a limited number of partial scholarships available. Please email Becky as well to request.
For more information or to register for the simulcast go to: thejusticeconference.com/simulcast-overview . Once you register, Fellowship staff will send an email for you to sign up for the preconference sessions. This you will not be able to do on the website.
For local questions, email: email@example.com
I' hope you'll consider joining us for this conference.
Andrew Hoffman, ED