Pentecost Bible Study with Dr. Robyn Henderson Espinoza

Monday, May 25

Three fists of different skin tones raised in front of a yellow splotch background, with words Activist Theology

**Registration is FULL for this event. The recording will be shared afterword. Thank you for your interest!

PPF is honored to host Robyn Henderson Espinoza, PhD for a deep dive into the Pentecost texts. 

Dr. Robyn is the author of Activist Theology, founder of the Activist Theology Project, and a visiting scholar at Vanderbilt University Divinity School, and a non-binary Transqueer Latinx who calls Nashville, TN home. Their work seeks to contribute to the ongoing work of collective liberation.

We’ll hear Dr. Robyn reflect on these familiar texts of passion, fire, and action and how they might speak to us and move us to action even in the context of this pandemic.

This Bible study is meant for curious Christians, preachers looking for insight and inspiration, activists, theologians, and everyone in between. There will be time for Q&A with Robyn at the end.

PPF is excited to offer this opportunity to our wider community as we all seek to live faithfully in these times into our calling to put our faith into action, even as we continue to socially distance.

This offering coincides with our Pentecost campaign, where we are raising money for the ongoing work of PPF as well as to support one of our partners, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers – an organization of farmworkers in Immokalee, Florida, who we have long recognized as essential workers and want to especially support during the Covid-19 crisis.

If more than 100 people register, we will see about sending out a recording of the event.