Speaker on Justice
I understand the challenge of finding just the right speaker. In my role as CEO for Administer Justice, I seek speakers for major fundraisers and events. Determining a speaker’s needs and fit for our event is sometimes a challenge. But getting it right makes all the difference.
As my goal is to serve you, I am determined to help you get it right. My hope is that this page will make it easy for you to get the information you need to make the best decision possible. I look forward to starting a conversation with you soon.
What You Can Expect
- Prompt, professional replies to your phone calls and e-mail messages.
- A personal phone consultation with a member of my team prior to your event, so we can better understand how I can best serve you and your audience.
- A covering of your event in prayer by myself, staff, board, and prayer teams as you prepare for all God has for you.
- An announcement about your event on my blog and social media channels. (This assumes that your event is open to the public and you want additional visibility for it.)
- A professionally prepared, dynamically delivered presentation focusing on achieving the outcomes you want with your audience.
- A quick follow-up communication after the event with someone on my team, to make sure I met your expectations. (I also want to know how you think I can improve.)
Most Requested Topics
I speak on topics related to justice and faith. These can be specific such as immigration, mass incarceration, trafficking, or general legal injustice and how the Bible applies. I also speak on persevering power, how to find joy in life's significant challenges so you can be effective in serving others. My goal in speaking is to seek transformation through new insights, stories, and practical applications. I customize this to the specific needs of the event to accomplish the outcome you desire.
Taken from the book and the parable of the Good Samaritan, this presentation examines the critical interaction between the good news of Jesus and the important work of justice. Helpful for understanding the challenges of our justice system and a Biblical response to loving our neighbor.
Micah 6:8 combines justice, kindness and humility but often in doing justice work we fall into doing justice for someone instead of doing justice with someone. Key principals of empowerment to serve – not save – our neighbors.
There are many areas of brokenness in our world today which often intersect with the law. Whether immigration, refugees, mass incarceration, trafficking, or any other legal injustice seen in our headlines or communities, this presentation brings statistics, stories, and scripture to life.
Taken from the book Persevering Power, this presentation examines a helpful grid for healthy living and service toward others. You will also learn ways we live out of balance. The stories will make one laugh, learn, and live differently.
Justice requires persistent prayer against the evil of injustice. Based on the parable of the persistent widow in Luke 18, this presentation examines the importance of always praying and not giving up. Encouragement for those doing justice work.
Access to Justice
Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. But what happens if the man cannot access the fishing pond? This presentation examines our access to justice problem in America that fails in our pledge of ‘justice for all’. Concrete examples and solutions of how people of faith can make a lasting difference.
- Keynote Faith & Justice Conference, Mississippi College of Law, Jackson, MS organized by school and Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.
- Keynote Justice Conference Pre-Conference, Chicago.
- Equal Justice Conference, “Keeping faith in justice”, Portland, OR.
- Keynote Faith & Justice Summit, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN organized by Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.
- Keynote Fundraisers, Trinity Legal Clinic, OK; Access Justice, KY; Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia, PA.
- Guest Preacher, Interim Pastor, and frequent guest speaker at churches.