March 3: Q Commons

Hosted by City Church

Q Commons is a live learning experience that equips and challenges Christians to stay curious, think well, and advance good in their communities. Structured similar to TED talks, Q Commons engages national and local speakers for conversation on current topics of interest and appeal. You will have the opportunity to listen and speak out on ways evangelicals should respond. Join us Thursday, March 3, 2016, from 7pm – 9pm, as we gather at City Church to learn and consider how to advance good in Minneapolis.

Thursday, March 3
7:00-9:00pm
City Church
1501 West 54th Street Minneapolis, MN 55419

Join other evangelicals as we engage in topical, relevant conversation.

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National speakers:

KinnamanDavid Kinnaman is the president and majority owner of Barna Group, a visionary research and resource company located in Ventura, California will equip you to confidently engage the most difficult conversations in the days ahead with courage, conviction and compassion.

 

 

 

CrouchAndy Crouch, is executive editor of Christianity Today and author of the new book ‘Strong and Weak’ explains why its important for Christians to lead from a place of both strength and weakness; to stand firm in conviction while allowing ourselves to be vulnerable.

 

 

 

Also, join panelists Eugene Cho, Pastor of Quest Church; Precious Jones, Director of Mentor Development; and Julie Mavis, Executive Director of Dream Makers as we discuss the future of neighboring.

 

Local speakers:

Laurel-BunkerLaurel Bunker is Dean of campus ministries and campus pastor at Bethel University. Laurel travels throughout the country teaching and training at colleges, churches, and parachurch organizations in the areas of leadership, spiritual development, biblical issues in 21st century Christianity.

 

 

chad_schwittersChad Schwitters is Executive Director of Urban Homeworks, a nonprofit committed to innovative community development that produces equitable, dignified housing, a strategic network of good neighbors, and the redemptive development of real estate.

 

 

Bob-OehrigBob Oehrig is Executive Director of Arrive Ministries, a Christian nonprofit dedicated to the cause of the refugee and immigrant. They empower local churches to welcome and serve displaced refugees who resettle in Minnesota.

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October 29, 2013

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