Azusa Pacific University Seminary hosts the Malcolm R. Robertson Lectureship on Holy Living in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. This year’s event features lectures on social justice and holiness and an alumni and friends dinner.
Keynote speaker Rev. Albert Tate is the founder and lead pastor of Fellowship Monrovia and he serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University and Fuller Youth Institute. He was recently published in Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Alumni Panel Participants:
Tamala Kelly is a pastor of The Purpose Church in Monrovia. She is the founder and CEO of Empower 2 Purpose Ministries, a ministry that encourages women to pursue their purpose with passion. She graduated from APU with a Bachelors of Organizational Leadership and a Masters of Divinity. She is currently working on her Doctor of Ministry at Azusa Pacific Seminary.
Fraser Venter is the lead pastor of Cucamonga Christian Fellowship, a multi-site and multi-lingual congregation. He serves as a leader in the Free Methodist denomination and on the board of directors on several justice and compassion organizations. Venter holds a Masters of Divinity and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Ministry from Azusa Pacific Seminary.
Derryck Green is a political commentator, writer, and a member of Project 21–a national leadership network of black conservatives. His written works have been published in newspapers across the country. Green works for the Maccabee Task Force Foundation as the West Coast regional director and earned his Masters in Theological Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary and his Doctorate of Ministry with a concentration in Identity Formation from Azusa Pacific Seminary.
Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018
Lecture 1: 3 p.m.
Dinner: 5 p.m.
Lecture 2: 6:30 p.m.
Upper Turner Campus Center
Azusa Pacific University, East Campus
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Tickets cost $20