As part of the annual Justice Week, the OCS spiritual life department presents Bob Goff, New York Times best-selling author of "Love Does," on Tuesday, Jan. 24, in the Calvary Community Church Worship Center at 7:00pm. TICKETS are $10 per person, with those 18 and under free. This event is open to the public.
This special presentation is juxtaposed with the annual OCS Justice Week (Jan. 23-27) which raises awareness of global and local human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Attendees are invited to tour the "Apathy Exhibit," the visual story presentation of survivors of human trafficking, in the Disciples Chapel on campus one hour prior and one hour after the Goff event. Admission to the Apathy Exhibit is complimentary.
Goff, a professor at Pepperdine Law School and Point Loma University, is the founder of Love Does, an international, non-profit human rights organization that advocates for the voiceless and oppressed in Uganda, India, Nepal, Iraq and Somalia. Goff has pioneered the vision of Love Does (formerly Restore International) to fight for freedom and human rights, working to improve educational opportunities and to be helpful to those in need of a voice and a friend. Love Does has worked with Uganda's judiciary in bringing over 200 cases to trial.