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How Do We Solve Problems Despite Our Political Differences?

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An Invitation to Q Dinners

Gather your friends. Come to the table. Listen and learn. Schedule your dinner for this week (the week of November 12). Plan an intentional conversation on how we can move beyond politics.

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Post-Election Reflections

How should Christians relate to politics in a divisive and polarized time? As Americans grapple with the results of the most recent midterm election, Gabe Lyons sits down with Michael Wear to discuss the answer to this question. Michael served as one of the youngest White House staffers in modern

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An Antidote to Gun Violence

With the prevalence of shooting in our schools, a culture of violence is seemingly becoming the culture of the norm in the lives of our children. Through Judge Sheila Calloway's experience within the Nashville Court System, she invites us to consider how we offer hope and solutions to young people

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Getting Along, Despite Differences

In a globalized world where ideas, religions and ethnic groups collide, the question remains, can we find a way through? Even former President Bill Clinton recently remarked, “We only have one remaining bigotry. We don’t want to be around anybody who disagrees with us.” In this talk, historian and

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The Reformation of Internet Manners

Preface “Shame is as old as humankind but recently something has changed. Shame now moves at lightning speed and with devastating effects.” — Jon Ronson It was November 8, 2016 — my home was quiet, and the fireplace warmed the room. It was peaceful and calm. Throughout the night I would get text messages

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