The Bushnell University Board of Trustees and Office of the President are pleased to introduce Becoming Beloved Community, a two-day symposium on racial reconciliation from a biblical perspective. A thoughtful and accomplished panel of guest speakers will guide us through experiences that will inform our worldview, advise our advocacy, and inspire our passion for unity.
A series of free campus and community events exploring biblical perspectives on racial reconciliation with special guests:
Rasool Berry and Lisa Fields
Creators of the award-winning documentary “Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom”
Bishop Claude Alexander and Mac Pier
The Conversation Continues
Becoming Beloved Community Lunch – Thursday, February 1 at 12pm
Location: Oskar Bucher Banquet Room, Bushnell University Campus *
Or call the University Advancement office at 541-684-7318 to register.
God’s Global Story – February 27-29, 2024
Dr. Vince Bantu is the Assistant Professor of Church History and Black Church Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. Bushnell is pursuing meaningful conversations about how the Gospel nurtures present and future hopes of, in the words of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, “the creation of the Beloved Community.” It is in this spirit, and with this hope, that we continue Bushnell’s commitment to calling and Christ-centered reconciliation in the invitation of Dr. Bantu to campus. More information to come.