The heart of the conference, and the driving force behind the plenary sessions, is to speak to the broad idea of God’s heart for justice. While ample time is given to speaking on specific topics and instances of injustice, it is our goal to frame the conversation by highlighting the broad concept of justice from philosophical, ethical, historical and religious perspectives.
We are committed to pursuing creative and collaborative relationships with non-profit and for profit justice organizations with the conviction we accomplish more when we work together than when we work alone.
While promoting justice, we are committed, as best as possible, to not commit injustices in our pursuit of justice.
The Roosevelt Coffeehouse will stream The Justice Conference as a satellite
partner site, Feb 21 + 22, 2014 at Long Street Studio (300 E. Long Street, Columbus, Ohio)
It is a two-day symposium of global and local justice thought leaders. Partner site ticket price is $34
Donald Miller – World Renowned Author
NT Wright – Theologian
Bernice King – Martin Luther King’s daughter
Stephen Bauman – President of World Relief
Bryan Stevenson – Director, Equal Justice Initiatives, Bryan’s TedTalk has been viewed over one million times.
Rich Stearns – President of World Vision
This site contains the schedule, exhibitor list, link to the partner site registration, and the link to the official Justice Conference web page.
“There is no such thing as a voiceless person, only a world that must learn to listen.”
For registration, click on the Register Now above and it will take you to the simulcast registration site. Cost is $34. Make sure you choose the number of passes you need to get registered correctly. We look forward to having a Columbus conversation of justice.
Freedom a la Cart will be offering Saturday box lunches for $10 and a dinner buffet for $15. You can purchase these meals when you check into registration. There will be vegetarian options.
We will be having local speakers too. The Roosevelt Coffeehouse will be serving complementary Stumptown Coffee. The Roosevelt will be selling bottles of cold brew coffee, limited edition coffee mugs and pint glasses. There will be Justice Conference T-shirts for sale. And finally, there will be a bookstore on site for the opportunity to purchase books written by the speakers you will hear.
We don’t want to leave any question unanswered. If you still have any email Kenny at firstname.lastname@example.org