Be You. Do Good. Events

April 1, 2016

Jonathan Golden, social entrepreneur and author, will be on the Ashland University Campus to share his wisdom and story in three separate but connected gatherings on April 6 & 7. All three gatherings are FREE and open to the public. Jonathan is hosted by Ashland Theological Seminary's City Gates Initiative, as well as the Ashland University Christian Ministries and College of Business and Economics. These gatherings are sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 |  7pm | Ashland University  
Hawkins-Conard Student Center Auditorium (campus map)

Topic: "Be You. Do Good: The role of God and coffee in post-genocide Rwanda"
Jonathan Golden will share the story of his role in Rwanda, and how an entrepreneurial venture into coffee and following God's inklings contributed to reconciliation after the genocide. 

Thursday, April 7, 2016 |  3pm | Ashland University
Room 111, Dauch College of Business & Economic
Topic: "Doing Good Through Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurism" (campus map)
Jonathan Golden will communicate and interact with those who are interested in knowing how oneworking within business and local economies can do good and achieve the goals of that business and the community within which they are working. This will be especially relevant for students and practitioners of business and economics. 

Thursday, April 7, 2016 |  8pm | Ashland University | Jack & Deb Miller Memorial Chapel
During The Well, AU's weekly worship gathering, Jonathan Golden will preach using his story as the background to encourage participants to bring life to their faith by being authentic to their God-given identity and to use their station in life to do good in the name of Jesus.

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