Rethinking the Norms: Geovanna Chávez-Huffman | Sojourners

Rethinking the Norms: Geovanna Chávez-Huffman


Geovanna Chávez-Huffman, 29

New Church Planter, Revolution;

Director of Hispanic Ministries, Missouri Conference, United Methodist Church

Kansas City, Missouri

Revolution is a United Methodist faith community aiming to “rethink societal norms, remove barriers, and reshape the future of the world through worship, movement groups, and missions.”

-How would you describe your job/leadership role (one phrase)?

New church planting and minority advocacy.

-What one or two things most motivated you to get involved?

Living and working as a pastor in urban areas has opened my eyes to many difficult realities, and to the great need that exists for people who are willing to commit to a greater cause. I firmly believe that people can radically change themselves and the future of their communities through the gospel.

-As you think about your work and/or your participation in the body of Christ, what’s your biggest passion?

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Sojourners Magazine June 2008
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