Q Commons: Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray to Participate in Simulcast October 13


On Thursday, October 13, Ravi Zacharias will participate in “Q Commons,” a live learning experience that challenges attendees to stay curious, think well, and advance good in their communities. This simulcast townhall will be hosted in 100 different cities – 75 U.S. cities and 25 international cities – and over 20,000 people around the world have signed up to attend a gathering which features curated talks from 3 global speakers and 3 local speakers.


The theme for Q Commons in the U.S. is “Engaging Our Divided Nation,” with the goal of educating attendees on how to bring hope and leadership to their communities in a critical moment for America,” and the global theme is “Equipping Christians to Engage our Cultural Moment,” focusing on how attendees can thoughtfully engage their city.

“In moments like these, the Christian community needs reliable, trusted voices to bring leadership,” said Gabe Lyons, Creator of Q Ideas. “Few people are as clear, bold and decisive as Ravi Zacharias—a man who sees the big picture, and can help leaders throughout the world understand how dependable our God is no matter the situation.”

In addition to Zacharias, speakers addressing Q Commons on the simulcast include Grammy-Award Winning Artist Lecrae, CNN commentator Kirsten Powers, and The New York Times columnist Ross Douthat. RZIM North American Director Abdu Murray will be one of the featured speakers at the Q Commons gathering in Toronto, held at Wycliffe College, and will speak on the topic, “Disagreeing Without Being Disagreeable.”

“These are all people of faith who can help Christians be winsome and faithful,” said Lyons. “Their combined message will bring confidence to Christians on how to lead and advance good will, not only before the election, but in the days that follow.”

Zacharias’s 9-minute talk is focused on the theme of “Responding in Our Divided Moment.”

“I am delighted to be involved in Q Commons and participate in this significant conversation on the challenges facing our country and our world,” said Zacharias. “These are crucial times, and we must seek the will and wisdom of God as we dialogue together and navigate our changing culture.”


To learn more about Q Commons and sign up for a gathering in your city, click here.

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