God is on a mission to make all things new and restore them to his good purposes.
Register for the Justice Track to explore economic, ethnic, and environmental justice on a local and global scale. Increase your awareness of current justice issues, align your passions and efforts with God’s kingdom justice, explore vocations that advance justice, and meet justice-loving role models.
Why should you be in the Justice Track?
Grow in your love for God’s local and global justice
Learn from others dedicating their careers to kingdom justice
Become a part of a community that longs to join God’s mission of making all things new
To foster a stronger community, you will stay with fellow Justice Track participants at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, which is within easy walking distance of most conference venues. Look for more information about housing in the email you will receive after registering.
Learning more about social justice from a Biblical lens and studying it specifically in the Gospels was exactly what I felt I had been missing as I prepared to be a social worker.
Scott Bessenecker, Justice Track, Co-Director
Scott (a.k.a. Scotty the Elder) is InterVarsity’s Director of Missions. He’s been leading students into beautiful and broken places all around the world for 30 years and is the author of several books, his most recent being Overturning Tables. Scott also hosts a podcast comparing American perspectives with the rest of the world.
Scott Hall, Justice Track, Co-Director
Scott (a.k.a. Scotty the Younger) is InterVarsity’s National Director of Urban Programs. The 1992 Los Angeles Uprising changed his life and inspired him to switch his major to African American Studies. He's been trying to learn what it means for white Americans to take responsibility for their history ever since.
Alejandra Ortiz, Justice Track, Co-Director
As a staff for Compa (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Mexico), Alejandra enjoys leading students and staff to more deeply love Scripture and understand how it relates to all of life. Raised and married in Tijuana, Mexico, some of her life’s most important moments have occurred in border cities and have shaped her perspective on life and ministry.