The John Perkins Center hosts
Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil
“Leading Bravely: Building Reconciling Community”
The John Perkins Center hosts Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil in a workshop to equip church and community leaders towards building reconciling communities. As we celebrate the theme of “Living into the Legacy” for this year’s Annual Perkins Lecture Series in April 2021, the Center seeks to provide opportunities where leaders and communities can be intentional in dialogue of principles and practices that cultivate a legacy of reconciliation.
Join us on February 11, as acclaimed author of Becoming Brave and Road Map to Reconciliation 2.0, Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil shares with us practical strategies for engaging reconciliation and justice in your communities and organizations.
Leading Bravely Workshop
Featuring Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil
Author of Becoming Brave and Road Map to Reconciliation 2.0
February 11, 2021 | 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Virtual opportunity, registration required.
Workshop title: "Leading Bravely: Building Reconciling Community"
This workshop is an opportunity to equip church and community leaders, especially in the greater Seattle area, to lead courageously toward building reconciling communities that can be places of healing and hope in our city. This is especially important right now in light of the divisive and polarized election that we have just come through. We need leaders to be both brave like Esther who will speak the truth, and also to lead that kind of healing process. How do we as leaders facilitate a process to bring hope?
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About the Presenter:
Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil is a dynamic speaker, teacher, author and reconciliation leader. Her mission is to inspire and empower emerging Christian leaders to be practitioners of reconciliation in their various spheres of influence. As an Associate Professor of Reconciliation Studies in the SPU School of Theology, Dr. Salter McNeil directs the Reconciliation Studies program, an academic partner with the Perkins Center, preparing students to engage the culture around them as Christian reconcilers.
Posted: Wednesday, December 02, 2020