On the latest episode of our “Healing A Fractured World” Town Hall series, we were joined by Peter Wehner to speak with us about the role that Christians can play as “repairers of the breach,” how to get out of our own echo chambers, the role of the church in helping to shape our moral sensibilities, and the importance of grace and magnanimity as we work to build bridges.
Peter is Vice President and Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, contributing opinion writer for the New York Times, and a contributing editor for The Atlantic magazine. Peter served in the Reagan and George H.W. Bush Administrations prior to becoming deputy director of speechwriting for President George W. Bush.
We also heard from Samuel Bolen, Executive Director of the Jackson Leadership Foundation in Jackson, Mississippi about the work he and the staff of JLF are doing to strengthen their city.
Make sure to join us next week for the final Town Hall in this series “Healing A Fractured World” where we will talk with Katherine Haley from Philanthropy Roundtable and Justin Beene from the Local Leadership Foundation in Michigan, Grand Rapids Center for Community Transformation.