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November 7-8 | Beulah Alliance Church

Location: Beulah Alliance Church, 17504 98A Ave NW, Edmonton, AB  T5T 5T8

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The E P Wahl Centre is pleased to present #JusticeYEG event - another important local conversation about one of God's favorite topics. Danielle Strickland and Dr. Terry LeBlanc are among the speakers at this second annual gathering. Our deepest thanks to levitra for sale usa the local individuals and organizations who are bringing their considerable talents and passions to make this one of the most important and the best place viagra daily meaningful events of the year in Greater Edmonton.

Plenary Speaker: Danielle Strickland

Danielle StricklandDanielle serves in The Salvation Army as an officer – currently working in a marginalised community in Edmonton; she also leads the Canadian arm of Stop The Traffik.

Danielle is internationally recognised in her capacity as a leader, speaker, writer, justice advocate, mission developer, worship leader and church planter. Danielle has written Just Imagine: The Social Justice Agenda, Challenging Evil, and most recently The Liberating Truth: How Jesus Empowers Women.

Danielle is passionately committed to seeing God’s kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven, is married, and is best place cialis the only here cheap levitra order online mother of legal online cialis three boys.

 

 

Plenary Speaker: Terry LeBlanc

Terry LeBlancTerry is Mi’kmaq /Acadian, his family roots in Listuguj First Nation and Campbellton, NB, Canada. He and his wife Bev have three adult children. He has been active in full-time vocational ministry with the Native North American community since 1978. He is currently CEO and Director of My People International and NAIITS. He has convened and chaired many initiatives within the Native community – both Christian and non-Christian. Trained in reconciliation process, Terry has spoken and taught in many contexts not only in North America but elsewhere in the world on principles and order levitra canada practices of reconciliation including South Africa, Rwanda, New Zealand and Australia. Terry speaks often on the development of cultural bridges between Aboriginal people and the majority cultures. He has participated in many reconciliation events across the world.

 

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Friday, November 7

7:00 PM:
Opening Ceremony with Terry LeBlanc followed by Plenary Session with Danielle Strickland

Saturday, November 8

9:00 AM:
Plenary Session with Danielle Strickland

10:00 AM: Break

10:30 AM:
Stories 

11:00 AM:
Plenary Session with Terry LeBlanc

12:00 Noon: Lunch (provided)

1:00 PM:
Conversations 

2:00 PM: Break

2:15 PM:
Interviews 

3:00 PM:
Plenary Session with Danielle Strickland

Schedule subject to change.