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An evening with Amy Julia Becker

Tuesday, November 13th | 7-8:30pm

Third Church Fellowship Hall (600 Forest Avenue)


Just one more day until Common Good RVA’s evening with author, speaker, and thinker Amy Julia Becker!

During her time with us, Amy Julia will help us name the problems of privilege—who it excludes and how it harms—and the importance of taking that knowledge and moving towards confession and humble, loving,collectiveaction.

Amy Julia’s latest book is White Picket Fences: Turning Toward Love in a World Divided by Privilege. Other titles include A Good and Perfect Gift: Faith, Expectations, and a Little Girl Named Penny, andSmall Talk: Learning From My Children About What Matters Most.

Jonathan Chan, Chief Development officer for CHAT (Church Hill Activities & Tutoring) will provide some Richmond-based context following Amy Julia’s talk. Our evening will conclude with a time of Q&A moderated by Corey Widmer, lead pastor of Third Church and Common Good RVA co-founder.

We'll meet from 7pm to 8:30pm in Third Church's Fellowship Hall (600 Forest Avenue). This event is free, but we would love to know if you're coming!

About Amy Julia Becker:
Amy Julia Becker is the author ofWhite Picket Fences: Turning toward Love in a World Divided by Privilege(NavPress, 2018);Small Talk: Learning From My Children About What Matters Most(Zondervan, 2014);A Good and Perfect Gift: Faith, Expectations and a Little Girl Named Penny(Bethany House), named one of the Top Books of 2011 by Publisher’s Weekly; andPenelope Ayers: A Memoir. A graduate of Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary, her essays about faith, family, and disability have appeared in theWashington Post,USA Today,Christianity Today, theChristian Century, and online forThe New York Times,ABCNews, theAtlantic,Vox, andThe Huffington Post. Amy Julia is a member of INK: A Creative Collective. She lives with her husband Peter and three children, Penny, William, and Marilee in western Connecticut. (Via amyjuliabecker.com)