Fall 2009 Schedule
Fair Trade Coffee & Teas served from 6:30-7:00pm
Speaker from 7:00-8:00pm
Hot Bodies, broken for you
Professor David Adey, PLNU
Professor David Adey speaks about his art and the collision of faith, sex, desire and pop culture.A collaborative effort with the “Faculty Research Talks” series of PLNU's Margaret Stevenson Women’s Studies Center
Human Ecology: Food Justice and Community Supported Agriculture in San Diego
Tierra Miguel Farms, International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the San Diego Hunger Coalition
You don’t want to miss this presentation and discussion on the creative ways San Diegans are getting involved in growing local, sustainable agriculture while bridging the socio-economic divide.
Presented as a part of PLNU's Creation Care Week.
Advent Conspiracy: Biblical economics challenging the sins of consumer capitalism
Roots of Giving and a PLNU Student/Faculty panel
Join us as we creatively engage the economics of our time with the radical economics of Sabbath and Jubilee we find in ancient Jewish and Christian Scriptures.