Adam Hamilton Book Discussion
Washington National Cathedral
March 12th, 2018
Starts at 7:00 pm, ends at 9:00 pm
Drawing on fresh research, psychology, biblical principles, and his long experience shepherding a diverse faith community in Red State America, Hamilton helps readers untangle the knots of fear and truly embrace Jesus's recurring counsel: "Do not be afraid." He writes with generosity and intelligence for a wide audience in accessible language that will ring true to believer and unbeliever alike.
The event will showcase and give a general understanding of Hamilton's book, which shows how people and communities can flourish as beacons of hope and serenity in an anxious age. It is hoped that individuals who attend the event will learn something new or become enlightened in some way.
ADAM HAMILTON, a leading voice for reconciliation and church renewal in mainstream Christianity, is senior pastor of 20,000-member Church of the Resurrection, Kansas City, the largest and most influential United Methodist congregation in the U.S. He is the author of 23 books; his most recent trade release is, Making Sense of the Bible. In January 2016, he was named to President Obama's Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.