Starting & Sustaining Kingdom Justice Initiatives
Do you desire to see your church or ministry experience more of the kingdom of God? Is your heart stirred for the broken, hurting parts of Miami? Do you have a passion to reach people across the racial and cultural divides in our culture? What does it mean for followers of Jesus to practice biblical justice?
Rhythm Church and Neighborhood Church are pleased to host a workshop on Saturday, May 18 led by Keisha Polonio on starting and sustaining kingdom justice initiatives in Miami.
This workshop costs $20 per person (before May 15) and you can REGISTER HERE. The cost increases to $25 per person at the door on May 18.
This workshop is open to anyone in the South Florida area including non-profit leaders, business people, pastors, church planters, artists, environmentalists, and neighborhood activists.
Keisha Polonio is the Associate Director and Coaching Director of the Underground Network in Tampa, FL. Over the past 15 years, the Underground has helped start and sustain over 200 microchurches in the Tampa Bay Area, many of them focused on a justice initiative. She is a certified leadership coach and a sought after public speaker. Keisha also served for several years as the Director of Created Women, a ministry committed to serving vulnerable women caught in the sex industry. She lives in Tampa with her husband Ryan and their two sons, Jarron and Evan. You can learn more about Keisha’s work and her story here.
This workshop will focus on the vision and theme of justice throughout the Scriptures and the need for biblical justice to be a central part of a Christian’s life with God. We will discuss and consider the challenges and opportunities in starting justice initiatives including gaining clarity on calling, developing a team, and strategic innovation. We will then discuss what it takes to sustain a justice initiative over the long haul including healthy leadership rhythms, overcoming opposition, and cultivating a vision of the preferred future.