Lynice Pinkard

"A Time for Radical Love and Deep Healing"


The Eco-Institute welcomes back writer, teacher, healer, and pastor, Rev. Lynice Pinkard from Oakland, CA!

Rev. Pinkard is "dedicated to decolonizing the human spirit and freeing people from what she calls "empire affective disorder." Her commitment is to inspire and nurture a new generation of Spirit-filled servant leaders—dissident disciples—dedicated to the remediation of day-to-day suffering, the building of collective resilience for transformative change, and the pursuit of structural and systemic justice in the world."

Lynice drew one of our largest audiences ever two years ago at the Eco-Institute, where she inspired us with brilliance, passion, and hope.

Join us for discussion, song, and silence as we grieve and dream together!


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We are being called to the work of scandalous love–love that is difficult, daring and dangerous. I believe that real love is the only thing in life worth suffering for. And, if we can bear it, if we don’t quit, if we don’t hide, this love will seed mass movements that have the power to transform our failed economic, environmental, social and political systems.
— Rev. Lynice Pinkard

DETAILS

Date
Saturday, November 11

Times
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location
Eco-Institute Community Barn

Cost
$20 plus $10 lunch = $30 for Students, Seniors
$30 plus $10 lunch = $40 for General Public

Meals
Lunch Provided


ABOUT THE SPEAKER

 
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Lynice Pinkard

Lynice Pinkard is a writer, teacher, healer, and pastor dedicated to decolonizing the human spirit and freeing people from what she calls "empire affective disorder." Her commitment is to inspire and nurture a new generation of Spirit-filled servant leaders—dissident disciples—dedicated to the remediation of day-to-day suffering, the building of collective resilience for transformative change, and the pursuit of structural and systemic justice in the world.