Redemptive Spiritual Community In Trump’s America
Friday, 1:00pm | Living Room
America has been forever altered. This election has taken a toll on all of us; on our families, our friendships, our religious traditions, our faith communities, perhaps even our image of God itself.
How can we respond to these days in a way that is redemptive? How we can create or renovate spiritual community in a way that transcends the differences that have been exposed and the wounds we’ve received? What does the Church of the bigger table look like in Trump’s America?
Join Pastor/Blogger John Pavlovitz for an honest conversation about the mess we’ve come through and the possible way forward.
John Pavlovitz is a writer and pastor from Wake Forest, North Carolina. In the past three years his blog Stuff That Needs To Be Said has reached a diverse audience of millions. A 20-year veteran in the trenches of local church ministry, John’s mission is to help the Church become a more compassionate, loving environment for all people. He serves on staff at North Raleigh Community Church and his first book A Bigger Table, will be released in October.
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