Néstor’s talk: Social dancing can be used to build bridges among multiple communities, challenging the traditional Christian way of outreach/evangelism.
Néstor A. Gómez Morales was born in Medellín, Colombia, South America, the middle son of three boys and a girl. He has been a full-time minister with 12+ years of experience in pastorate and teaching, including but not limited to churches and higher educational institutions. He’s been an adjunct faculty at Claremont School of Theology, Columbia College, and Regis University. He is passionate about addressing issues confronting marginalized communities and advocating for social justice. Currently, he serves as a senior minister at the First Christian Church in Salida CO. Nestor likes to dance salsa, swing, bachata, and merengue. He enjoys sharing with people of all ages and cultures, reading books, and riding his bike. He loves coffee in the morning, and … yeah, in the afternoon, too!