Bryan College has the unique opportunity to host a Q Union on the Hill, Thursday, February 28th, sponsored by the Department of Leadership and Culture. This collaborative event seeks to provide guidance and inspiration for how to engage some of society’s most relevant and difficult conversations from a Christian perspective. The evening will feature three prerecorded speakers broadcasted via simulcast, as well as three live student speakers who will present nationally through livestream. The theme,‘The Power of We’, focuses on utilizing hospitality to create vibrant, thriving communities where others can flourish.
New York Times bestselling author, Bob Goff (Everybody Always, Love Does)
Topic: Everybody Always
Jo Saxton, author, leadership coach and church planter
Topic: The Gift of Hospitality
Scott Harrison, Founder and CEO of charity: water
Topic: Solving Problems Together
Titus Prude, Junior, Politics and Government Major
Topic: Embracing My Suffering Neighbor
Emily Brown, Junior, Psychology Major
Topic: Asking for Empathy
Jake Poulakis, Junior, Politics and History
Topic: Re-Imagining Tolerance
Each brief, nine-minute talk will be followed by time for response conversations. Other participants from around the nation will attend the broadcasted talks via livestream.
This event is free to attend and will be held in Latimer Student Center from 7 pm -9 pm. Attendees are asked to RSVP at www.qunion.co/bryan to ensure adequate seating.
Q is an organization “dedicated to equipping Christians to engage thoughtfully in our cultural moment”. Learn more at http://qideas.org/.