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Community Call: Courage in the Face of Hopelessness

Thursday, April 11th-12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Facing the upcoming election can feel like a daunting task. Fear and polarization have challenged our understanding of what it means to live in community with each other. Churches have split, families divided, and communities filled with strife due to political disagreement. Many are now familiar with the repercussions of divisive conversations, but silence and avoidance can not be the answer. We must ask ourselves whether we have the courage to enter hard conversations even when it goes against the grain of our political tribes. Families Valued, this year, will be envisioning a community in which Christian citizens can take courageous action to support families, uplift their neighbors, and fulfill their role as citizens. 

Please join us on April 11 for our first community call of 2024 as Toni Collier, found of Broken Crayons Still Color, will explore how Christians can build an imagination for a more hopeful and courageous civic life. 

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Toni Collier is the founder of an international women’s organization called Broken Crayons Still Color and helps women process through brokenness and get to healing and hope. Toni is a speaker, host of the Still Coloring podcast, and author of two books: Brave Enough to be Broken and a children’s book, Broken Crayons Still Color. Toni is teaching people all over the globe that you can be broken and still worthy, or feel unqualified and still be called to do great things.


Thursday, April 11th
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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