Empowering Young People Toward Beloved Community

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Empowering Young People Toward Beloved Community with Rev. Dr. Montaque Williams

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Zoom | April 6 | 12 - 1:30 pm EDT

This presentation will build upon the ethnographic and theological research in Church in Color to highlight practical steps congregations and other organizations can take to resist racism and embrace Beloved Community in the work of youth and young adult ministry. The practical theological framework is grounded in Kingian ethics that makes room for the particular stories, questions, and experiences of young people in distinct congregations or organizations.

Rev. Dr. Montague Williams is the Professor of Church, Culture, and Society at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA. He is an ordained minister and holds a Ph.D. in Theological Studies from Boston University. With a background in congregational pastoral leadership and campus chaplaincy, his research and teaching focus on the intersection of theology, ethics, and Christian ministry. Along with journal and magazine articles, he is the author of Church in Color: Youth Ministry, Race, and the Theology of Martin Luther King Jr.

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The mission of the Yale Youth Ministry Institute at Yale Divinity School is to promote adolescent faith and flourishing in a diverse and changing world by conducting scholarship, equipping leaders, and resourcing collaborative communities in and beyond Christian churches.

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