Our commitment as a team is to plan and run an evaluativism event. You might think our first order of business would be to articulate a mission and goals for the event, but we have a preliminary hurdle to clear first: figuring-out what we are talking about. The terms "evaluativism" and "evaluative diversity" seem to date back no more than 54 years, and are not yet in the dictionary. New concepts can be valuable--for example, although everyone experiences gravity, it became possible to reason about gravity only when Isaac Newton coined the term "force"--but we need to know that each of us is comfortable with the new concepts before we can work as a team to plan this event.
On the one hand, God has blessed us with a team of articulate people. On the other hand, if this were easy, the concepts would already be well-known. The related concepts of "race", "sex," and "sexual orientation" have a checkered past of misunderstanding, miscommunication, and abuse--our challenge is not to be underestimated. I ask you to intercede on our behalf for divine assistance. Please pray for God's help in developing power to engage in a Godly discussion of the event.
Monsignor Doug of St. Bernard's grilled me to explain evaluativism (at which I was initially unsuccessful), eventually took interest in our cause, and graciously offered us a lovely spirit-filled space. I am so grateful for this blessing!
Thank you for your prayers!