The ADJ PROCESS: A practical application of a spiritual process and a tool to resolve racial prejudice

November 28, at 12:00 PM, Central Time

The ADJ process is the vision of Vonita McGee, who understood Shoghi Effendi’s book, The Advent of Divine Justice, to be an instruction manual. This manual delineates a spiritual process and provides practical instructions to aid us in eradicating racial prejudice, “the most vital and challenging issue” with which humanity is still grappling.

Vonita McGee and Jeanais Brodie will provide an overview of the ADJ process, inviting those who wish to learn in-depth to an introductory series offered in three parts.  Through the series, like-minded individuals of all backgrounds develop the practice of using the ADJ process in their daily lives. They come together weekly, sharing reflections, questions, and their challenges in a humble learning posture.

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