Abundant Life presents Emotionally Healthy Activism with Jonathan Walton

Jan 03, 2020|Written By: Dylan Rosenthal

Emotionally Healthy Activism with Jonathan Walton

Saturday, January 18, 2020 10 AM – 12:30PM

First United Methodist Church (101 E. Jefferson Street)

Free with registration / Childcare available

This MLK Day weekend, join Abundant Life and First United Methodist Church for a free interactive workshop titled Emotionally Healthy Activism: Turning Moments into Sustainable Movements. Led by author, speaker, and InterVarsity Area Director Jonathan Walton, who specializes in addressing the relationship between Christian faith and social justice, attendees will learn how Christians might engage in the work of justice in sustainable ways. Jonathan will address questions like:

– What is emotionally healthy activism?
– How do we pursue social justice in ways that are physically and emotionally sustainable?
– What is the relationship between activism and rest?
– What does emotionally healthy activism look like after August 12th?

Childcare, coffee, and light refreshments will be available. Reserve your free tickets today!

Emotionally Healthy Activism Jonathan Walton

Thank you to our sponsors: Charlottesville First United Methodist Church, Charlottesville Vineyard Church, Faith Christian Center International, Christ Episcopal Church, Olivet Presbyterian Church, Project on Lived Theology


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