Social Justice: A Biblical View ACHHS

ACHHS webinars are free and open to paid members, Facebook group members (ACHHS or TCCSW), or if you are referred by a member, please include their name on your email when you rsvp.

This webinar will not have CEUs available, but we are working to becoming certified CEU providers for future webinars.

To rsvp for this webinar, please send an email to A zoom link will be emailed to you a few days before the event.

Discussion details:

The presenter will present for 30-40 minutes followed by question and answer/discussion.

Human service professionals frequently work with patients and clients from under-represented minority groups or marginalized populations where concerns about justice, inclusion, and equity are common. This workshop will explore a Biblical definition and perspective on social justice and its application to current culture and practice. James Long holds a Doctorate in Theology as well as a Masters in Social Work and is a Board Certified Professional Counselor and Certified school social worker in New Jersey. He will share his perspectives as a Christian, a clinician, a Black American, and a theologian who holds to Biblical inerrancy and the Biblical worldview.

The goal of this presentation is to continue the dialogue with theologically conservative Christians and those who feel called to pursue social justice causes in the health and human service professions. The tension between Scripture and worldly narratives and ideologies will be explored to help attendees arrive at an understanding that honors both the Christian’s religious viewpoints and ethical professional practice.

What is Diverse Discussions?

  • Live Discussions for Christian helping professionals and students; conversations, interviews, and Q & A with experts and professionals.
  • Topics include working with diverse populations and challenging issues from a Christian worldview.
  • Focus is on integrating faith and practice to increase skills, knowledge, and ability to effectively engage and serve others in pluralistic contexts.
Social Justice: A Biblical View
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