Act. Respond. Initiate. Stand-up. Empower.
From Trayvon Martin to Stephon Clark, from inner-city schools with no heat or clean water to less than 42% graduation rate for today’s Black college students, our community has been exposed to trauma and spaces of chaos. At Impact18, we are issuing a communal call, from Esther 4:16, to Black students across the nation to A.R.I.S.E. and become stakeholders in the healing, relief, and deliverance of our community.
Dynamic speakers + worship sessions
Culturally relevant seminars
Restorative prayer ministry
Intentional interactions with mission organizations
Authentic peer fellowship/small groups
A transformative day of community outreach
Join us for Impact18, as we take a critical look at the issues facing our community today and together search for practical, Biblically sound, and gospel-centered solutions. Hear from some of today's leading Christians voices on these critical issues, participate in small group discussions, and engage in interactive seminars! You will also find dynamic praise and worship, guest artists, and open mic nights. All set in historic Atlanta Georgia!
James "Jimmy" McGee, iii
James McGee, III, affectionately known as "Jimmy" has served as the President and CEO of The Impact Movement, Inc. since January 2015. He is also the Founder and President of The Bitumen Group, Inc.
Dr. Margaret Weaver
Dr. Margaret Weaver is an inspirational speaker, author, and life coach who is the founding partner of Keystone Counseling Center, a Christian counseling center in metropolitan Atlanta.
pastor james white
Pastor James White is the senior pastor of Christ Our King Community Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. Widely recognized for his passion and skill in developing executive leaders, Pastor White also serves as the Executive Vice President of Organizational Relations for the YMCA of the Triangle Area. He recently taught a class on Social Justice and Race as a guest lecturer for Southeastern Seminary.
Jennifer Benjamin Pinckney, is the widow of slain South Carolina State Senator and Pastor, the Honorable Reverend Clementa C. Pinckney, whose life was taken in a Bible Study group at historic Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC on June 17, 2015.