Living Locally, Responding to Injustice: Q Commons Highlights

If you couldn’t join us for Q Commons in Washington, DC, last week, we want to share some of the highlights with you. This episode features two presentations recorded at last week’s event, along with commentary and prayer from Center for Christian Civics executive director Rick Barry.

First up, Shapri LoMaglio, vice president for government relations for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, shares her experiences learning to be engaged with the people most immediately around her.

Next, Dr. Richard Smith, pastor of The Movement church and associate professor of sociology at McDaniel College in Columbia, MD, offers us four models for how to respond to injustice.

Lastly, Center for Christian Civics co-founder and Executive Director Rick Barry shares some of his takeaways from Dr. Smith’s talk and leads us in prayer.

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