Throughout history, civil rights and social justice movements have been rooted in communities of faith. How can those communities meet the current moment?
That’ll be the question at the panel moderated by DJ Hines on Wednesday, October 7, the third day of the Wisconsin Leadership Summit.
Darrell “DJ” Hines II is chief operations officer of Christian Faith Fellowship Church, a role he’s held for 13 years. It is the largest Black church in Wisconsin, with more than 6,000 members and over 40 different ministries and departments, including two schools: the Darrell Lynn Hines Academy of Excellence, a 4K-8 school serving 300 students, and Destiny High School, serving 300 more. He also co-founded Shine Management, founded his own interactive design and marketing firm, Creative Spurts, and is considered a leader in Milwaukee’s wider Christian community. Milwaukee Business Journal wrote, “whether it’s helping a singer get a recording contract or ensuring that his church reaches people in need, Darrel ‘DJ’ Hines II wants to have a positive impact on others.”
The Summit this year is all online, so you can attend from the comfort of your home or office. It will feature 25 sessions over five days from October 5-9, all for just $79 (or less if you work for a nonprofit organization or government agency, or if you’re a student). Get more details and register now at WisconsinLeadershipSummit.com!