Biblical Advocacy Training

Ever wonder how to seek justice biblically?  Are you ready to move beyond talking about justice…to action?  Want to help your church engage in the Beyond 5 campaign?

Join World Vision for a day of biblical teaching, discussion, and practical training in biblical advocacy.  The training explores:michigan training photo

  • The role of the Church in justice and advocacy
  • Secular vs. biblical approaches to advocacy
  • Skills and abilities that can be used to advocate effectively
  • Practical tips for meeting with elected officials
  • Ways your church can steward its influence on behalf of children and families living in poverty

Churches interested in hosting a training will be asked to provide appropriate meeting facilities, A/V capabilities, and may be asked to provide snacks and coffee, tea, etc.  World Vision staff will facilitate the training for 25-100 people, provide all relevant materials and necessary meals, free of charge.

Please use this form to request more details or to recommend your church as a host site for a future training.

 

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