Marlon F. Hall is a curator of human potential who has worked to curate multiple social innovations in the cities of Houston, TX; Detroit, MI; and Nairobi, Kenya. Trained in Anthropology, he has gone from irritation to intrigue to innovation to curate projects like The Eat Gallery (the only restaurant / culinary art gallery in the world that incubated seven culinary artists and restaurants) to Folklore Films (a film project commissioned by the mayor of the city of Houston to tell better stories to Houston about Houston, one folkloric character at a time).
The Rev. Marlon Hall was the 2016 Betsey Stockton Lecturer on the Theology of Leadership. We look forward to having him back for this short course on spiritual gifts using his expertise on innovation and culture making. The course content will be based in 1 Corinthians 12 and focus on re-imagining the Kingdom and social innovation.