2014

Sept. | Oct.

2014

September

  • Sep 24
    The Trafficker Within: What we do—and who we hurt—when we use pornography - Kristin Komarnicki 8:00PM

     

    Kristin Komarnicki

    Location: CFAC Recital Hall

    Everyone is against human trafficking. Fighting the global trade in human flesh has become a popular cause. But without knowing it, many of us are deeply implicated in human trafficking because of our relationship with pornography… Say what? Join us for a dot-connecting conversation.

    Kristin Komarnicki is the editor of PRISM Magazine, a publication of Evangelicals for Social Action—which means she gets to tell lots of wonderful stories. Passionate about relational wholeness, Kristyn writes and speaks about both sexual justice and sexual exploitation. In 2011, she won Christians for Biblical Equality’s Micah Award, which “honors those who exhibit courage, creativity, and tenacity in opposing abuse and advancing justice for women and children in Christ’s name.” Helping Christians understand that pornography is hate speech and that it is directly linked to human trafficking is a particular concern of hers.

  • Sep 25
    Sexual Justice: Why what we do with our bodies matters - Kristin Komarnicki 7:00PM

     

    Kristin Komarnicki

    Location: Chapel

    We were created out of the eros of God, who planted within us a love of beauty, a hunger for touch, and a longing for intimacy. What would our sexuality look like if we kept that truth uppermost in our minds? How would we treat ourselves and others?

    Kristin Komarnicki is the editor of PRISM Magazine, a publication of Evangelicals for Social Action—which means she gets to tell lots of wonderful stories. Passionate about relational wholeness, Kristyn writes and speaks about both sexual justice and sexual exploitation. In 2011, she won Christians for Biblical Equality’s Micah Award, which “honors those who exhibit courage, creativity, and tenacity in opposing abuse and advancing justice for women and children in Christ’s name.” Helping Christians understand that pornography is hate speech and that it is directly linked to human trafficking is a particular concern of hers.