Anger. Anxiety. It’s all around. How can we be leaven in this environment? Even and especially in and about politics. It’s a bipartisan problem and calls for a reordering of priorities. An alternative title to this talk could be how to not just survive but thrive at your Thanksgiving dinner table with family who have different political or religious or other views than you do. You can be the solution, by being who you were made to be in the current environment. You can be an instrument of hope in the world.
Come join us for a talk with Kathryn Jean Lopez, senior fellow, National Review Institute & editor-at-large of National Review.
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm
SB Hall, Multipurpose Room
2925 Gorman Dr, Irving, TX 75062
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