How will we each make it through this election? And how will the nation make it through? In a divided land, Americans are growing more and more fond of our disdain and contempt for people who disagree with us. How can we change that habit? As disciples of Jesus, how can we live into his commands to “love your neighbor” and “love your enemies?" Your church is here to help. Dr. Allen Hilton, the Founder and Executive Director of House United will join us Nov 14-15 for a virtual "Courage Weekend." He’ll offer us life hacks for staying faithful in cross-difference conversation and engagement; he’ll walk us through as we absorb the fresh election results as a community; and he’ll help equip us for life and ministry in a polarized American culture. More later! For now, save the weekend of Nov 14-15. The event is free of charge, so all you need to do is attend! Click on the button below to watch a video from Allen about what you can expect from our time together!

Here's Allen's Bio:

Allen Hilton is a speaker, teacher, writer, and leader who brings people together across lines of political and racial difference for the common good. He is the Founder and Executive Director of House United, flying or Zooming 30 weeks per year to help divided communities around the nation to collaborate and build community. His book, A House United: How the Church Can Save the World, describes American political polarization and calls Christians to help solve it. Allen began in Academe, serving on the Bible faculties of St. Mary’s College of CA and the Yale Divinity School; he then served on pastoral teams for large churches in CT, WA, MN, and AZ. He lives now in Austin, TX, with his beloved wife Liz and their teen sons Sam and Isaac.