Featured speakers include:
Rev. Dr. Lynn Brinkley, Baptist Women in Ministry
Lynn Brinkley is associate director of Baptist Women in Ministry. Lynn previously served as director of church, alumni, and student relations at Campbell University Divinity School in Buies Creek, North Carolina, where she had been on staff since May 2007. Since 2012, she was an adjunct Instructor, teaching in both Campbell University’s Divinity School and the Christian Studies Department.
Active in the Baptist community, Lynn is the vice-president of the ministers division for the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, serves on the board of Baptist Joint Committee, and is currently co-chair of BJC’s executive committee. She serves as associate minister at First Baptist of Fayetteville, North Carolina and was ordained on May 4, 2014. Lynn was a board member of the Baptist Women in Ministry of North Carolina, and from 2015 to 2018, she served on Baptist Women in Ministry’s Leadership Team
A frequent guest preacher at churches of diverse denominations, Lynn is also the author of Manners and Money: A Manual on Preaching Etiquette.
Nora Lozano, Christian Latina Leadership Institute
Rev. Jennifer Butler, Faith in Public Life
Rev. Jennifer Butler is a Presbyterian minister and the CEO of Faith in
Public Life, a network of 50,000 religious leaders advancing social
justice. She is the past chair of the White House Council on Faith and
Neighborhood Partnerships (2015-2016). Prior to assuming the helm
of Faith in Public Life in 2005, she spent ten years working in the field
of international human rights representing the Presbyterian Church
(USA) at the United Nations.
She is the author of Who Stole My Bible? Reclaiming Scripture as a
Handbook for Resisting Tyranny which helps readers discover how
the Bible from Genesis to Revelation is a liberating handbook for
finding your voice for overcoming authoritarianism. She is also the
author of Born Again: The Christian Right Globalized, which calls for a
religious response to global culture wars of the Religious Right. She is
published in Patheos, Sojourners, The Hill, and Religion News
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Who can attend:
Anyone with the desire to learn more about affirming, connecting, advocating for, and inspiring women called to vocational and volunteer ministry.