The Justice Conference 2015 in Chicago


Pictured: Ken and Mark Reddy in the Auditorium Theatre

I just returned from a great trip to Chicago where I was able to tour the historic Auditorium Theatre, the site of The Justice Conference 2015. The Auditorium Theatre, designed by the firm Adler and Sullivan, was built as part of the rebuilding work after the Great Chicago Fire and finished in 1889. The building is one of the most historic and beautiful buildings I’ve been in. I can’t wait for everyone to experience it!

It was also great to meet with Mark and Vicki Reddy, the Executive Producers of the conference who just moved to Chicago from Sydney, Australia. Mark & Vicki are amazing folks and come with decades of experience. Their passion for promoting a Jesus+Justice conversation in the church is inspiring. (They also have pretty cool accents!)

At the conference this June, we’re going to have some pretty cool Kilns College events at the conference. More details on these events and opportunities will be forthcoming. However, one of the events will be an exclusive event for those who have applied and been accepted to one of the Kilns College grad programs–distance or onsite–by the early admission deadline of May 1st.

If you’re thinking of applying, now is the time!

To register for The Justice Conference, click here.

To get more information about Kilns College Master of Arts degrees in Social Justice and Innovation & Leadership, check out the website and be sure to let us know if you’re going to be at the conference so we can meet you and keep you informed about the Kilns events.

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