Hollister's First Christian Church. Courtesy of Megan Havens.

Reverend David W. Havens: An Agent of Change (Part 8)

This is the conclusion to the a multi-part series on the life of Reverend David W. Havens, the former minister of Hollister's First Christian Church.

Coalition of Immokalee Workers' march to Publix headquarters in Lakeland, FL. Courtesy of Rev. Havens and his wife Lani.

Reverend David W. Havens: An Agent of Change (Part 7)

In 2001, Rev. Havens, the former minister of Hollister's First Christian Church, retired to Florida, where he returned to the cause that became part of his Hollister ministry and that he later championed alongside Cesar Chavez.

Villagers who built the latrine project in the Mathare Valley. Courtesy of Rev. Havens and his wife Lani.

Reverend David W. Havens: An Agent of Change (Part 6)

In 1982, Rev. Havens, the former minister of Hollister's First Christian Church, and his wife Lani traveled to Africa, becoming international agents of social change.

Reverend David W. Havens and his wife Lani. Courtesy of Rev. Havens.

Reverend David W. Havens: An Agent of Change (Part 5)

In 1966, Rev. Havens, the former minister of Hollister's First Christian Church, joined Cesar Chavez on a historic march to Sacramento. Disillusioned with the union's direction, Rev. Havens left for a future full of personal and professional changes.