I was so honored to be speaking at the Reformation Project Conference from Oct 26-28, 2017 in Chicago, IL.
Since 2014, The Reformation Project has welcomed more than 1,500 people to our conferences on LGBTQ inclusion across the country. This year, we’re thrilled to announce that our annual conference will be held in Chicago from October 26-28—and you’re invited!
The conference will take place at the beautiful Fourth Presbyterian Church in the heart of downtown Chicago. Running from Thursday through Saturday evening, it is an ideal opportunity for anyone seeking to enhance their advocacy for LGBTQ inclusion in the church. Here’s what to expect if you attend:
- First-rate teaching from leading biblical scholars and theologians to help you learn how to talk about the Bible and LGBTQ inclusion with non-affirming Christians
- Inspiring keynote addresses and workshops from LGBTQ Christians and allies who are at the forefront of this movement in the church
- An intersectional approach to LGBTQ inclusion, centering the voices of marginalized people within the LGBTQ Christian community and working to ensure our advocacy is for everyone in our community, including people of color, women, and transgender people.
- Worship, community, and new friendships with attendees from across the United States and the world who are also passionate about advancing LGBTQ inclusion in the church.
You can now watch some of the videos from the conference:
Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim: Embracing Everyone – The Need for Intersectional Theology
Who Run the World? Christian Women of Color on the Link Between Patriarchy and LGBTQ Exclusion
You can view many more excellent videos on the Reformation Project Youtube Channel.