Tune in for the third installment of Tony Johns' series taking a deep dive into the Gospel of Matthew.
St. Luke's welcomes State Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver and Grady Public Health leader Jasmine Moore. NOTE: Audio does not begin until about 9 minutes into the video.
Ed Bacon talks with Brenda Mohammed, a nationally certified victim advocate and a leader in violence prevention. She serves as the Executive Director of Atlanta Victim Assistance, Inc. a nonprofit organization that advocates for and provides services to victims of crime. Channeling the loss of her son to violent crime at age 16, Brenda founded Mothers of Murdered Sons and Daughters, a national organization dedicated to stopping community violence. This work provided opportunities for her to work with former presidents and address Congress regarding policies related to violence prevention and raise awareness of violence as a health issue. She was instrumental in establishing the Crime Victims Bill of Rights, funding for victim compensation, and helped launch victim assistance programs nationwide. Also dedicated to children’s education, Brenda served as president for the Atlanta Board of Education.
June 2, 2019 | The Essentials of Deep Listening | Linda and Louis McLeod
Sometimes without even knowing it, we expect others to mirror our ideas, views, perspectives. This Sunday we will give some thought to this and learn how to open ourselves to hearing other views in preparation for some courageous conversations.