Brave conversations about

Formation,
Justice and Peace

Brave conversations about

Formation,
Justice and Peace

Brave conversations about

Formation,
Justice and Peace

Founded by Bishop Todd Hunter, we are an interdenominational community seeking to develop the Christlike character necessary to activate justice, leading to a life of deep peace for all people.

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A PEOPLE OF REPAIR PART EIGHT

What do we do when we realize that the forms of Christianity we inherited are either insufficient for—or opposed to—the Christian mission to which we are called?   […]

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JUSTICE, PEACE, AND THE WORK OF THE CHURCH

by Greg Thompson, Director of Research To speak of justice is to speak of the world as it ought to be. It is to speak […]

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FORMATION AND JUSTICE IN MICAH 6:8

by Bishop Todd Hunter He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, […]

Join host Greg Thompson in February 2024 as we discuss Michael Rhodes’ new book, Just Discipleship: Biblical Justice in an Unjust World.

Grounded in biblical theology, virtue ethics, and his own experiences, Rhodes shows that justice is central to the Bible, central to Jesus, and central to authentic Christian discipleship. Justice stands at the heart of Scripture. Following Jesus demands that we become just disciples in an unjust world.

We will be reading Our Unforming: De-Westernizing Spiritual Formation by Cindy S. Lee.

Beginning Thursday, September 7th and continuing on Thursdays throughout the month.

7pm CST on Zoom.

Led by Gregory Thompson and Katie Haseltine.

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October Opportunity

Professional training for the compassionate engagement of trauma

Effective Trauma Care is a seminar for therapists, practitioners, ministry leaders, and advocates desiring a deeper understanding of the impact of trauma and abuse and a stronger grasp of the tools to engage individuals with courage and care. Dan Allender and Linda Royster will also include information on racial trauma healing in this seminar. We want to be formed well to love well and understanding what our neighbors are going through—and learning ways to love—is the first step.
"Justice is love correcting that which would work against love…"

Martin Luther King, Strength to Love

Next NOURish online retreat: May 2024!

During the May online retreat, you will receive a daily email that includes resources for spiritual practices, audio and visual meditations, videos, and prayers all designed to renew and encourage your soul.⁠

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We work against injustice best when we work out of transformed inner lives.

- Todd Hunter, Deep Peace

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