We live in a time where the message of Jesus and the agenda of the powerful are in conflict, where the hidden systems of domination are being revealed, where the need for a movement of justice and a people of resistance is ever more clear.
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Knowing intimately that the borderlands are a place of learning and growth, Dr. Robyn draws on their identity and heritage as a queer Latinx in everything that they do. From doubt to divine and everywhere in between, their call as an activist-theologian demands the vision to disrupt hegemony and colonialist structures of multi-layered oppression. As an anti-oppression, anti-racist, non-binary Trans*gressive Latinx, Robyn takes seriously their call as an activist theologian and ethicist to bridge together theories and practices that result in communities responding to pressing social concerns.
Dr. Tripp Fuller is the founder and host of the #1 theology podcast - Homebrewed Christianity - where he’s been bringing the audiological nerdiness out of the academy and into your earbuds since 2008. He is the author or editor of 8 books, including The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to Jesus, and recently celebrated his first year as a Doctor having earned his PhD in Philosophy, Religion, and Theology at Claremont Graduate University. Tripp is a minister, husband, father of three, craft beer lover, and overly enthusiastic Lakers fan.
Transform is a decentralized community for learning, relationships, connections, and skill sharing for grassroots social change. Our mission is to be a resource for people and communities of faith seeking to express their love through justice and ministry that heals, restores, and innovates
We build relationships by bridging difference intentionally -- by leaning into tensions -- and bonding as friends and allies organically. We connect people and communities of faith with broader movements for social change. We live and teach at the intersections of faith, healing, and justice. We see God at work in the Multitude. God is already at work bringing shalom into the world through all of us, and we only need to join in what God is already doing. We see that church can and often looks different than the traditional models of church we’ve inherited. We seek to recognize new, emerging, and innovative expressions of church and lift them up. The transformation of the Body of Christ requires that the voices at the margins of the Body be heard and centered. We find ways to amplify voices of prophetic practitioners for justice, healing, and community.