We Need to Talk…
The Institute for Faith-Based Leadership at Belmont University offers a series of ongoing conversations that tackle topics that church leaders increasingly face.
These conversations confront issues like LGBT and the local church, the divisiveness of caustic politics and gun violence at the local and national levels. The goal of our Conversations That Matter is to provide a safe context in which these conversations can be shared. Our agenda is not to write policy or argue a position but to gather leaders so we can learn together.
Hosted by Belmont’s own Dr. Jon Roebuck, these conversations are intended to help leaders gain wisdom, perspective and maybe even a little comfort along the way.
> May 11, 2017 Human Trafficking Statistics indicate that more people are enslaved worldwide than at any other time in recorded history. Middle Tennessee is not immune from the scourge of human trafficking. We’ll discuss what can be done and how the church has to join the battle. REGISTER NOW: $15
* Each conversation will begin around a shared meal in McWhorter Hall, Room 409 at 8 a.m. and will be limited to the first 25 registrants. Your registration fee covers breakfast and all the coffee you can drink. Conversations will begin following breakfast.