Lunch and Learn

*Each session is approximately 1 hour long and includes a light lunch

Lunch and Learn Sexual Harassment - Politics - Policies - History

The recent multiple sexual-harassment allegations against entertainers and government officials have sent tremors around the world. Despite increased expressions of outrage toward the machismo atmosphere, it remains difficult to stop this predatory behavior.

Campus Ministry in collaboration with the Department of Theology and Philosophy invite you to an insightful exploration of politics, policies and history behind the practices of sexual harassment. Light lunch will be served

Presented on Thursday, March 22nd at 12:00 pm

Homosexuality and the Bible

Preachers and politicians have used this controversial subject to advocate or reject any LGBTQ civil rights, arguing that people opposed to the LGBTQ movement because it is unnatural. Can a believer be gay/ lesbian? Most of them do not even know what is written in the Sacred Texts. What does the Bible really say about homosexuality? Come and listen for yourself.

Presented Wednesday September 6, 2017, 12 PM

Seeking Sanctuary - implications for churches, Social Services and Immigration Policy toward the Haitian Community

Tens of thousands of members of the Haitian community face losing their Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and a potential forced return to Haiti by the end of 2017. This program will explore the role of faith based organizations and social service programs in assisting members of the Haitian community address this traumatic change in their immigration status.

Presented Thursday September 28, 2017, 12 PM

Finding Our Faith Prison

This session will feature Mr. Desmond Meade from the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition who will share his work of restoring hope and healing with men and women in prison, and the lessons everyone can learn about resiliency and reclaiming our lives in faith at our darkest times.

Presented Tuesday October 10, 2017, 12 PM

"Freedom to Worship"

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the right to freely exercise your religious beliefs. But how does this work in practice and especially when two rights collide? The political and legal aspects of the freedom of religion in American politics will be explored in this interactive discussion on religion and politics

Presented Tuesday November 7, 2017, 12 PM

Lunch and Learn - Snatched (Discussing Sex Trafficking)

Campus Ministry in collaboration with the School of Social Work and The Young Parents Project of Florida State University invites you to an informative time of reflection and call to action against Sex Trafficking.

Presented on Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 12 PM