Q Commons Event October 25, 2018, 7:00-9:00 P.M.
Fellow friends in the EPC,
I’d like to extend a personal invitation to you to join with around 200 thoughtful Christian influencers from across Denver in an evening of learning and discussion, centered on this years theme, “The Power of We.” We’ll join thousands of people in over 140 cities worldwide in an important conversation about engaging our culture as Christians to advance the common good.
The evening will include video talks from Bob Goff (New York Times best-selling author, founder of Love Does), Scott Harrison (founder & CEO of charity:water), along with three local talks on questions and topics including David Runyon and Heather Greenwood. I’ve attached a flyer and presentation list for your perusal.
There will also be time during the evening to meet and discuss what you hear with other thoughtful Christian influencers and think through how we might embody what we hear following the evening.
To register, go to https://www.qcommons.com/littleton
Please join with us as we equip ourselves to engage this cultural moment well and join a conversation on how we might be part of healing our divided nation.
With sincere thanks and expectation,
During this special event, your city will join with thousands of attendees in hundreds of cities to be equipped on how to engage this unique, American moment. Join us Thursday, October 25, 2018, from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM, as we gather at Denver Seminary to learn and consider how to advance good in Littleton.
Q Commons Presentations:
Bob Goff, New York Times best-selling author, founder of Love Does (national speaker)
The Gift of Hospitality
Jo Saxton, Leadership coach, church planter and author (national speaker)
Solving Problems Together
Scott Harrison, Founder & CEO of charity:water (national speaker)
Heather Greenwood, Founder of Gracefull Community Cafe
Art of Neighboring
Dave Runyon, Founder of City Unite and Bestselling Author
The Power of We
Jason Janz, CEO and Founder of Cross Purpose