You don’t need to be a full-time social justice worker to stand up for what is right and offer what you were meant to contribute. If your heart breaks for the pain of the world and you long to help advance its healing, then For Such a Time as This! Living Moral Courage is for you!
You’ll learn more about how to make and sustain your Moral Courage Commitment:
Moral courage is…
Robert’s move from “inaction” to “small victory”
Beth’s assertion, “I belong” – and the 20,000+ people who agreed
Launching in September 2017
Taking all of the trainings, exercises, rituals, and challenges from the full-day immersion, the online version of Living Moral Courage is the perfect way to get the training and support of this program at a time and location that works for you! You’ll get a deeper understanding of the issues of our time, who you are at your core, what moves you, and what you have to give as your personal Moral Courage Commitment. Includes approx. 8 hours of self-paced modules.
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$200 for one year
Being committed is not the same thing as living out our commitment. Take all of the energy, passion, clarity, and purpose gained during the in-person or online trainings and get support to press past the fear that often inhibits us from taking just and loving action and toward those personal, spiritual and cultural resources that inspire us to be the change we want to see in the world.
The Living Moral Courage Online Activation Center includes:
… and more to surround you with on-going community, learning, and inspiration.
The “Uprising” was held June 24, 2017 in Berkeley, CA at Starr King School for the Ministry, 2441 LeConte Ave. Berkeley, CA 94709, from 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT.
What is an “Uprising”?
An intimate, inspiring, and challenging full-day experience with a group of like-hearted individuals who are ready to show up in the moment and for the moment. You will explore what Moral Courage means to you by looking at your personal story, connecting with the issues that move you, and thinking differently about what resources you have to offer.
All of this work will be done in deep community as we connect around the justice issues of our time and the hurt we feel because of them. The experience culminates with crafting your personal Moral Courage Commitment. This statement will guide you as you live your Moral Courage every day.
Go deep and find out what moral courage really means to you by looking at your personal story, connecting with the issues that move you, and thinking differently about what resources you have to offer. This event is free. Registration is required.
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