Recovering Christian Nonviolence for the 21st Century

How do we make a difference on issues of increasing violence in our communities, racial justice, and political gridlock? Join Josh Williams as he unpacks the discipline of nonviolence that Dr. King and many others used in the 1960s as they addressed complex cultural issues in their time while changing history through a public and faithful witness unto Jesus.

: December 30, 4:45 pm
: Sagamore 3
Josh Williams

Josh Williams is the Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice for Vineyard USA, and he’s also the Lead Pastor of Elm City Vineyard Church in New Haven, Connecticut. Josh has a heart for the Word, the Spirit, and the street, and he loves pastoring in diverse New Haven with its inner-city neighborhoods and gilded universities. Josh also supports an indigenous missions agency based in Uganda called Global Link Afrika. He is married to Tina, a humanitarian immigration lawyer and worship pastor. They have two beloveds, Zoe (4) and Joy (2).

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