Politics of Neighborly Love Webinar Event

Election Day is just around the corner. And division around political and social issues and candidates is growing daily.

So how are Christians to be not merely left or right, but light? How do we show the love of Jesus as the early church did amid a divided world?

Elevate Hope Centennial would like to invite you into a special event to talk about how we can bring the light of the gospel into the political season. 

Made To Flourish Denver is hosting a webinar entitled: The Politics of Neighborly Love on September 17th.  We would love to take part as a church with as many people possible.  

So, listen to the video above and then decide which venue fits your schedule and interest best.  You can join the event in person or you can join by Zoom. Details for each are found below. 

Elevate Hope Centennial believes so strongly that we need to be united in gospel-centered love around current issues no matter what party we are a part of or how we all vote that we are covering the cost for anyone who wants to attend.  So, click on the links below and join this historic conversation! 

No matter which option you choose, you must register by September 14th! 

Option 1. Join the in-person watch party with others on September 17th from 5:30 to 9:00pm at Asterisk Denver with free food and drink provided.  Register here. Select the $10 option. And then use the code “madetoflourish” in the Coupon Code box and hit “Apply” to cover the cost. 

Option 2. Join the event via Zoom on September 17th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm from the comfort of your home.  Register here. Select the $10 option. And then use the code “elevate hope” (all lowercase, one word) in the Coupon Code box and click “Apply” to cover the cost. 

You can also click the button at the bottom for questions or to learn more. 

Don’t miss out on what might be the most important discussion on politics for Christians this election season.  You won’t be told how to vote, but we will all learn how to show and share the love of Jesus wherever we find ourselves in this political season. 

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