Does your church practice inclusion in a way that is truly self evident? What does that even mean? If I'm inclusive what do I need to change and what, if anything, will that mean for my comfort zones? Join Pastor Brandan and I in this conversation.
Brandan Robertson is a noted author, activist, and pastor, working at the intersections of spirituality and social renewal.
Robertson currently serves as the Lead Pastor of Missiongathering Christian Church in San Diego, CA and works as an instructor, consultant, and organizer with various national and international NGO’s, religious denominations, and governmental organizations.
Named by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the top faith-leaders leading the fight for human rights, Robertson has been a committed advocate for justice and human rights around the world, partnering with governments and non-profits ranging from the White House and the State Department to Senators from the Republic of Ireland and the State of Colorado. He served as the past spokesperson of Evangelicals For Marriage Equality and developed the Evangelical Outreach Program for Faith In Public Life and the Bridging the Divides Program for Interfaith Alliance of Colorado.
Robertson received his B.A. in Pastoral Ministry and Theology from Moody Bible Institute and his Masters of Theological Studies focused on sexual and gender justice from Iliff School of Theology. He currently resides in San Diego, CA.
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