Jim Wallis, author of God's Politics, spoke in our chapel today (here at APU). He is "a Christian leader for social change, is a speaker, author, activist, and international commentator on ethics and public life. He founded Sojourners – Christians for Justice and Peace – more than 30 years ago and continues to serve as the editor of Sojourners magazine, covering faith, politics, and culture." (http://www.apu.edu/chapel/calendar/spring/) He had some very interesting things to say about the role of the Church not only in social justice but in politics as well. You can listen by clicking below.
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Hey, Wes - my daughter is a freshman at APU!! We are from SoCal originally, so she was anxious to get "back home." We moved to Denver about 8 years ago - so now we are making trips BACK to Calif every so often - to visit her, etc. She had a very rough go of it out of the gate, cuz she came in mid-term (January.) But since then has made friends. She began as a SpeechCom major but will be switching to Spanish with a minor in vocal music - she is an amazing musician!
Great to know another APU person!
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