The Hoffmann Memorial Lecture Series presents:
Rev. Dr. Robert M. Franklin, Jr
Moral Leadership for Moving Forward on Race, Justice, and Healing
5:30 pm Gathering
6:00 pm Dinner
6:45 pm Dr. Robert M. Franklin, Jr., speaker
During this season of Lent we are called to reconciliation. Join Rev. Dr. Robert M. Franklin, Jr., Laney Professor in Moral Leadership at Emory University, as he encourages us to live as faithful witnesses to a world in need of morality and justice.
Katherine and Jay Wolf are survivors, storytellers, advocates, and evangelists. In 2008, at the age of 26, Katherine nearly died from a catastrophic brainstem stroke. Her survival and recovery, not to mention that of her marriage and family, have been nothing short of miraculous.
Katherine and Jay are in full-time ministry together through HOPE HEALS, leveraging their story to encourage those with broken bodies, broken brains, and broken hearts. Engaging both faith-based and secular communities, they seek to bridge the gap between those disabled on the outside and those disabled on the inside with the hope that Jesus brings healing to the deepest pains we all carry. They co-authored their first book, HOPE HEALS, published by Zondervan in April 2016, and launched HOPE HEALS CAMP, a Summer camp for families with disabilities in June 2017.