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MLDI 2024 Intercession
MLDI 2024 Intercession

Sat, May 04


virtual event

MLDI 2024 Intercession

Join Us online Registration Link: For information: Email:, or Text: (510) 565-9683

Time & Location

May 04, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

virtual event

About the event

Registration Link: MLDI Registration Form 2023 | True Faith Official (

For information: Email:, or Text: (510) 565-9683

Saturday April 13, 2024

We are facing social issues of life-threatening concerns, global warming, political schisms, wars, and racial angst which necessitates our engagement with sound, thoughtful, creative, and faith-filled leadership.

Rev. Dr. LeAnn Snow Flesher

Vice President of Academics and Dean of  Faculty, and Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Berkeley School of Theology. Berkeley, California.

Saturday April 20, 2024

“Leading from Within: Addressing Matters of the  Heart to do Effective  Work in the World.” Students will explore how to keep their heart and  commitment alive in their  work and leadership.

Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins, III

Mayor of Collegeville, PA. Executive Director Emeritus American Baptist Home Mission Society, Judson Press. Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and organizational consultant.

Saturday April 27, 2024

Addressing deeply connected challenges within low-income communities of color at the intersections of social, economic, and racial justice by connecting good jobs to affordable housing, and better health.

Rev. Jeremy J. McCants

Interim Senior Pastor, Imani Community Church, and the faith-rooted organizer for East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE), an organization committed to fighting for equitable and economic power in the Bay Area.

Saturday May 4, 2024

“Time for Action: How do we Train Faith Leaders and Lay People to be Collectively Responsible for the Sum of the Whole, and not Just the Fragmented and Disjointed Parts.”

Rev. Michael A. Smith

Senior Pastor of the McGee Avenue Baptist Church in Berkeley, CA and the founding Exec. Dir. of The Center for Food, Faith & Justice which serves as a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to the issues of environmental and food justice, health equity, and economic development.

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