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Christopher Heuertz

Founder, Gravity Center
An instigator for good and hustler of hope, Christopher L. Heuertz fights for a renewal of contemplative activism. Chris has spent his life bearing witness to the possibility of hope among a world that has legitimate reasons to question God's goodness.

After graduation, he moved to India where Mother Teresa mentored him for three years. There he helped launch South Asia's first pediatric AIDS care home. For 20 years Chris served with Word Made Flesh, working for women and children trafficked into the commercial sex industry.

Chris serves on the board of several non-profits and in 2012, he and his wife, Phileena, started Gravity: A Center for Contemplative Activism. He is the author of several books, including his most recent Unexpected Gifts: Discovering the Way of Community. Follow Chris on Twitter: @ChrisHeuertz

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