Cheap Justice?
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Why the name "Cheap Justice"?

In an era where justice risks becoming a fad relegated to social media and consumer choices, we challenge one another to live out justice with our minds, hearts, hands, and feet. Join George Fox Evangelical Seminary for a series of honest conversations about how we are living justice in our local communities. 

As Dietrich Bonhoeffer coined "cheap grace" in The Cost of Discipleship, we confront and challenge the fad of "cheap justice" by living into God's kingdom in ways that take a stand against injustice in our communities and seek to live out Jesus mission of love for the world.

We have gathered a group of people who are a voice for justice in their communities and beyond.  We hope that through these leader hosted table conversations you will be encouraged to seek to live out justice in your own community contexts.

The format of the night is that we will gather at the Lucky Lab to eat by 6:00pm, during that time we will hear a brief introduction from the justice practitioner hosts.

Then we will have the hosted discussion from 7:00pm to 8:00pm. In the vein of "cheap" justice, we will do a "speed dating" format. Hosts will rotate to a table group every 10 minutes. This way you will get more intimate time with the host and yet get a variety of perspectives.


Details

Venue: Lucky Labrador Public House (Multnomah Village) 

7675 S.W. Capitol Highway, Portland, Ore. 

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Date: Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. 

  • 6 p.m. – Pizza and salad buffet 
  • 7 p.m. – Hosted table discussions 

Cost: 

  • Free for George Fox Evangelical Seminary students (with student ID )
  • $15 for guests
  • $10 for alumni (student ID required) 

CASH ONLY


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Then share how your community is living out justice... #CheapJustice

Bruce Arnold

Bruce Arnold 

Pastor of HOMEpdx Church, a ministry of knowing and loving Portland-area people who live outside.

Leroy Barber

Leroy Barber 

Executive director of The Voices Project, pastor at Kilns College and executive director of Holla.


Nell

Nell Becker-Sweeden 

Assistant professor of theology at George Fox Evangelical Seminary and author of Church on the Way: Hospitality and Migration.


Kelly Grace

Kelly Grace 

Free Methodist pastor and leader in the Portland Set Free Movement that fights modern-day slavery


       Brian Hopkins

Brian Hopkins 

Founding pastor of Journey Church, Bozeman, Mont., and leader of its Ethiopian orphans outreach.


Jeanne Jamison

Jeanne Jamison

Executive Director of Love INC (Love In the Name of Christ) of Tigard, Tualatin & Sherwood.

Darla Samuelson

Darla Samuelson 

Director of masters’ programs at George Fox Evangelical Seminary and co-founder of Just Compassion of East Washington County 


Edith Woodley

 Edith Woodley 

Co-leader of Eloheh Village for Indigenous Leadership Development, a relationally-based teaching farm, sacred gathering place, & school.
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