One of the great privileges I have each month is to sit down in front of an audience and have a relaxed conversation with someone from our community. I get to find out more about them and the journey that life has handed them. Cafe Conversations has been a regular fixture on the last Sunday evening of the month throughout this year.
I’ll be in conversation with Jarrod McKenna at Thornlie Church of Christ this Sunday evening. I’ve interviewed Jarrod on radio a number of times in the past so I’m looking forward to hearing his story in a little more depth this weekend.
From slums in India to packed stadiums in America, prison inmates to university students, Greenpeace trainings to Mega-church meetings, nationally and internationally, Jarrod McKenna is a sought after social change facilitator, social commentator, activist trainer and speaker.
Last year alone he spoke to over 15,000 people, a little over 8,000 of which were students being trained through his award winning nonviolence program “EPYC!”.
He is the youngest person to be named a Donald Groom Peace Fellow and at the invitation of Tim Costello was recently appointed National Adviser on Youth, Faith and Activism for World Vision Australia.
Let me invite you to be part of an entertaining and insightful evening, within a relaxed environment, 6:30 this Sunday evening at Thornlie Church of Christ, 319 Spencer Road, Thornlie.If you enjoyed this post please use the buttons above to share.