What can it look like to work toward justice in the world? How do my individual actions contribute to justice globally? How can I bring attention to international justice issues? Join us for this three-part Conversation + Coffee discussion series on how to think about justice as the Church, justice in our community, and justice in the world; we’ll hear briefly from a respected leader on the topic, and then open the majority of the time for questions and conversation as a community. This third conversation focuses on Justice in the World, through the lens of college mobilization manager at International Justice Mission and founder of A Just Brew, Daniel Mackett, followed by a time of discussion and Q & A. Coffee will be provided by A Just Brew; donations are encouraged. Tuesday, February 20, 4:00-5:30 pm – Justice & the Church Tuesday, March 20, 4:00-5:30 pm – Justice in the Community Tuesday, April 24, 4:00-5:30 pm – Justice in the World This program series is a partnership with Upper House, A Just Brew, and Blackhawk College-Age Ministry.
Daniel Mackett is the college mobilization manager at International Justice Mission (IJM), responsible for the strategy and coaching of over 85 IJM campus chapters around the U.S. in their pursuit of answering God’s call to seek justice. He is also the founder of A Just Brew, a student-run non-profit coffee lounge, whose proceeds help fight modern-day slavery through the work of International Justice Mission. A Just Brew is a student-run, donation-based, craft coffee service that raises money for International Justice Mission. Their weekly cafe hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Upper House during the academic year. Blackhawk College-Age Ministry is a ministry of Blackhawk Church. They exists to build a community that inspires movement toward Jesus and the Church, with a vision to connect students to scripture, the church and each other.