How does our conception of power affect the way we perceive and practice justice?
We continue our series on power by talking with author and activist Adam Gustine about power, identity, bias, perspective, wokeness, justice, and all kinds of other stuff!
Adam leads CovEnterprises, a social enterprise intitative of Love Mercy, Do Justice, for the Evangelical Covenant Church. He is also the founder of Jubilee Ventures, an enterprise incubator in South Bend, Indiana. He has pastored churches in a variety of contexts and has a doctor of ministry degree from Missio Seminary in Philadelphia. He and his wife, Ann, are raising three kids to see the shalom of South Bend.
Some links from the episode:
- Connect with Adam on Twitter
- Buy Adam’s new book: Becoming a Just Church: Cultivating Communities of God’s Shalom
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