A fundamental development goal for The Just Life community is the creation of profession-based “fellowships” within local communities in order to work through how to use specific gifts and callings to live a life of love and justice.
Inevitably we need to bring our best minds together to engage specific structural issues. These fellowships typically form organically as the initiatives reach a point where specific professional talents need to be brought to bear on the issues. These fellowships are limited only by the professional acumen of a given community. Primarily intended as edification within the specific complexities of each profession, they are not meant to simply feed the justice initiatives with talent. However, that sense of purpose is what keeps these groups strong and functioning. Fellowships often are organized categorically: Builders, Business, Child Development, Communications/Creative, Educators, Financial Services, Health Care, Law Enforcement, Legal, Public Policy, Real Estate, Social Entrepreneurs, Social Work, etc.
In an effort to facilitate those discussions, provide a collaborative space, and generate a knowledge bank we have created the categories to the left. These links will take you to a blog dedicated to each profession.
It may take some time to get these conversations going, so join in by writing for us or suggesting resources.