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Civil Public Discourse

At the recent Q Commons Sacramento on October 13, 2016, the issue of civil public discourse was addressed in a panel discussion moderated by ACTS Group director Jeff Kreiser. Councilwoman Bonnie Gore, Superintendent Ed Manansala and Assemblyman Ken Cooley talked about how they approach the challenges they face in public service in the midst of a contentious cultural environment. You will be encouraged as you hear from these significantly positioned public leaders in how their faith guides them in their work, their leadership and how they engage in public discourse.

How Should Christians Think About Voting?

In just one week, a new president will be elected as well as many local and statewide offices. Diverse Christian voices are advocating for very different kinds of candidates. In the national Q broadcast, Kirsten Powers and Ross Douthat were interviewed by Gabe Lyons in terms of how--if at all--should faith inform our political involvement? Is there a mandate that all Christians vote? How can we disagree well with those we love most? Listen in to the conversation. You may nod in agreement or shake your head wondering how they could say something like that, but it is a good example of the commitment of Q to bring different voices together to address questions like these.

Get Involved: Team Building Opportunities

Loved Q Commons Sacramento? We are building a new team who will help develop and promote Q Commons and Convergence “Live”. You will be part of connecting leaders into conversation and collaboration for city transformation. In building the Convergence event team for 2017, let us know if you or someone you know might be interested, let us know at

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  • Set-up/Take Down Crew
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Convergence “Live” on Friday, March 24, 2017

Mark your calendar now for our other premier leadership event, Convergence “Live”. The full day event will be divided into three segments, you can register for one, two or all three. The morning and afternoon sessions will be built around a theme critical to transforming cities and culture. The evening session will include dinner and all “live” talks by local and national speakers addressing critical issues. Block out March 24 on your calendar to be fully engaged with all that will be offered. Sponsors are welcome to reserve one of 10 exclusive opportunities to help promote and support this key event. Contact us at

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