What to Expect:
“Do Justice” is a collaborative, interactive experience, followed by a sit-down dinner, where participants will engage issues of global injustice and be challenged to respond.
Attendees will participate in three separate experiences created to provide a simulation of the issues confronting the individuals each ministry serves: human trafficking, disability and orphan care. Following these guided experiences, participants will enjoy a delicious meal and listen to renowned speaker and advocate for justice, Rev. Dr. Jo Anne Lyon.
During dinner we will hear from Rev. Dr. Jo Anne Lyon on the topic of Biblical justice. Dr. Lyon recently completed an 8 - year tenure as the General Superintendent for the Wesleyan Church and is currently the Interim Vice President of Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University. She is the founder and former CEO of World Hope International, directing faith-based relief and development efforts in over 30 countries to alleviate suffering and injustice. REv. Dr. Lyon serves on a number of boards, including the National Association of Evangelicals Executive Committee, Christian Community Development Association, and she is President of The United States Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. She and her husband, Wayne, live in Indianapolis and have four children and 10 grandchildren.