The Power of Compassion: Where Love, Leadership & Transformation Meet
DATE: Saturday, August 31, 2019
TIME: 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. EST
WHERE: The Bishop John Thomas National Learning Center
Walker Center, Inc,
701 Oglethorpe Street, NW.,
Washington, D.C. 20011
COST: $ 150 per registrant
PACKAGE INCLUDES   A copy of Kortright Davis’ book: Compassion, Love and Ebony Grace: Christian Altruism and People of Color, lunch and a training packet (provided with full registration, a week before training date or on site).
REGISTER   Click Here or call 410-551-1618.

What You Will Gain

  • De Nuevo: An experiential interpretation versus the normative (Biblical) interpretation of compassion, love and spiritual leadership.
  • Practical Steps toward an integration of Compassion and Love into Spiritual Leadership: Selecting outstanding examples that reflect real life situations
  • How to use learning from experience to practice compassion, love and spiritual leadership in diverse group settings
  • How group expectations and culture might influence the nature and understanding of compassion and love in the use of the organization’s and personal resources.

Who Should Attend:

All those who are leading in faith-based and community organizations.



Cannon Kortright Davis
Theology Scholar
Professor of Theology at Howard University School of Divinity
Author of “Compassion, Love and Ebony Grace: Christian Altruism and People of Color”


Rev. Dr. Kimberley Turner
Associate Minister, Metropolitan Baptist Church
Certified Group Relations Consultant


Rev. Dr. Roderick Miller
Lead Pastor Towson United Methodist Church
Systems Coach and creator of “Deep Middle.”


Rev. Dr. Omowale Elson
Co-pastor, SHOJISBC
Vice-President of Elson Consulting Group
Leadership Development and Strategic Communication