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Jan 7, 2012

Saturday is for Seminars: Join Us at the Q Conf.

As our nation's capital, Washington DC is known as a city of great discussion, debate, and oratory. So when I was asked to speak at the upcoming Q Conference in April, I was honored to do so. Now in its sixth year, the Q conference educates church and cultural leaders on their role and opportunity to embody the Gospel in public life. This year's conference will feature talks by Miroslav Volf, James K. A. Smith, Jonathan Merritt, Andy Crouch, Don Golden, Gideon Strauss, and many others.

Gabe Lyons and the fine folks at Q put on a great conference. I'd love for you to join us in the Beltway this spring if you can make it.

Here's a little more about Q:

Q is no ordinary gathering--it is a calling to all Christian leaders to be thoughtful and faithful as we engage a rapidly changing culture. You'll experience quick and high caliber presentations, Q&A talkbacks with our speakers, and collaboration among participants around common good solutions for neighborhoods, cities and industries.

We believe Washington DC--especially in the midst of a Presidential election year--is the best setting for this conversation. You'll be exposed to a wide range of topics, including: our divisive political environment, the gospel and power, public education, journalism in a new era, arts patronage, social entrepreneurship, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, our international responsibilities as a nation, fashion imagery, how to restore church in the heart of American cities and much more.

We will host Q at the historic Mellon Auditorium located on Constitution Avenue (adjacent to the White House, Washington Monument, National Mall and American History Museum). This may be our best venue

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Posted:January 7, 2012 at 12:00 am


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