Home » Justice

  • Appalachian Impact

    Appalachian Impact

    Editor’s Note: This video was produced by New Community Church, a Covenant church located in Buckhannon, West Virginia. Meet Appalachian Impact, a youth development organization committed to building hope for at-risk students in the North Central region of West Virginia. Fore more information, check out appalachianimpact.org or newcommunitywv.com.

    Continue reading »

  • We Are Precious in His Sight

    We Are Precious in His Sight

    Note: This was a simulcast of a webinar named, “We Are Precious in His Sight: Youth Ministry, the Gospel and the Continuing Significance of Race in America” hosted by the Center for Youth Ministry Studies at North Park University. Reactions to the recent events in Ferguson, MO and implications for the church and the future of youth ministry featuring Pastor Phil Jackson, Kathy Khang, Anthony Nocella II, Michael Novelli, Soong-Chan Rah, Efrem Smith, Romal Tune, Sandra Van Opstal, Liz VerHage, […]

    Continue reading »

  • Yvonne Devaughn Shares Her Story

    Yvonne Devaughn Shares Her Story

    AVA director, Yvonne DeVaughn shares her story.

    Continue reading »

  •  
  • 2014 Nyvall Lecture Part 1

    2014 Nyvall Lecture Part 1

    North Park Theological Seminary welcomed Fr. Virgilio P. Elizondo, professor at the University of Notre Dame and one of the leading scholars in the area of Hispanic theology, to serve as the keynote speaker for the 2014 Nyvall Lecture. To watch the second part of this lecture, click here. (The David Nyvall Lectureship was inaugurated in 1951 in memory of the pioneer Swedish American educator who served the school both as teacher and president. The theme of this spring lecture […]

    Continue reading »

  • 2014 Nyvall Lecture Part 2

    2014 Nyvall Lecture Part 2

    North Park Theological Seminary welcomed Fr. Virgilio P. Elizondo, professor at the University of Notre Dame and one of the leading scholars in the area of Hispanic theology, to serve as the keynote speaker for the 2014 Nyvall Lecture. To watch the first part of this lecture, click here. (The David Nyvall Lectureship was inaugurated in 1951 in memory of the pioneer Swedish American educator who served the school both as teacher and president. The theme of this spring lecture […]

    Continue reading »

  • Profiling

    Profiling

    Continue reading »

  •  
  • Justified Anger Town Hall Speech

    Justified Anger Town Hall Speech

    On Saturday, February 15, 2014 in Madison, WI nearly 550 people gathered to discuss racial disparities in their community. The meeting was a followup to the personal essay by Alex Gee entitled “Justified Anger,” which ran in the Capital Times newspaper on December 18, 2013. The meeting took place at Fountain of Life Covenant Church, where Alex is pastor. This is part one of two in which Alex gives a speech about how he came to write the essay, what […]

    Continue reading »

  • Justified Anger Town Hall Open Mic

    Justified Anger Town Hall Open Mic

    On Saturday, February 15, 2014 in Madison, WI nearly 550 people gathered to discuss racial disparities in their community. The meeting was a followup to the personal essay by Alex Gee entitled “Justified Anger,” which ran in the Capital Times newspaper on December 18, 2013. The meeting took place at Fountain of Life Covenant Church, where Alex is pastor. This is part two of two, which includes the open mic comment and question time. For part one, which includes Alex’s […]

    Continue reading »

  • “Are We There Yet?”

    “Are We There Yet?”

    On Saturday, February 15, 2014 in Madison, WI nearly 550 people gathered to discuss racial disparities in their community. The meeting was a followup to the personal essay by Alex Gee entitled “Justified Anger,” which ran in the Capital Times newspaper on December 18, 2013. The meeting took place at Fountain of Life Covenant Church, where Alex is pastor. This is a portion of Alex’s speech, where he delivers an excerpt from his poem, “Are We There Yet?” For part […]

    Continue reading »

  •  
  • Juan Francisco Martínez

    Juan Francisco Martínez

    Jaun Francisco Martinez, vice provost at Fuller Theological Seminary, shares his story of being racially profiled.

    Continue reading »

  • Robert Owens

    Robert Owens

    Robert Owens, superintendent of the Southeast Conference, shares his story of being racially profiled.

    Continue reading »

  • Mary Ann Owens

    Mary Ann Owens

    Mary Ann Owens, an Evangelical Covenant Church member, shares her story of being racially profiled.

    Continue reading »

  •