Director of Faith Organizing

Honor SittingShot.jpgReverend Billy Michael Honor is a minister, public theologian, and cultural critic whose progressive and compelling insights have made him a sought after preacher, lecturer, and social commentator. In addition to being faith organizer he is an ordained Presbyterian (PCUSA) minister and the founding pastor of Pulse Church in downtown Atlanta. Billy travels domestically and internationally speaking about issues relating to faith and culture. His writings and sermons have been featured on the Huffington post, On Scripture, Day1, Sojourners, Yahoo voices and the Grio. He is also a graduate of the Candler School of Theology, the Interdenominational Theological Center and Beulah Heights University.


Assistant Director of Faith Organizing


Reverend Amber Lowe-Woodfork is a Mississippi born Scholar, Faith leader and Organizer.  Currently, she is the Pastor of Good News CME church, Lithonia, GA and has also served as pastor of several faith communities throughout Georgia. In addition to establishing a notable career as spiritual leader and teacher she is also recognized as an experienced political campaign finance professional.  She has ministered across the south preaching a message of justice, liberation and spiritual formation.  She also teaches courses in philosophy, ethics and theology and writes for various publications.  Reverend Amber is also a proud graduate of Ole Miss University and the Interdenominational Theological Center.