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Podcast


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Date/time: January 1 @ 7:00 am


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A year-long project by More in Common came up with a description of most of America that a lot of us relate to: "the exhausted majority." Everything has become political, high conflict, and seemingly inescapable as the electromagnetic suck of angry politics forces us to be either "us" or "them," when most of us would rather do nothing of the sort. Now's the time to chart a path forward that takes the higher ground. And is it even possible that by turning our attention to something else we might - unfathomably - be doing exactly what just might fix the political mess? We'll find out together, with God Squad sherpas leading our way. God Squad's Pastor Gary Shultz of First Baptist Church will join Betsy Ouellette Zierden, Dr. Dan Leshem of FSU Hillel, and guest Latricia Scriven of New Life United Methodist Church.

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Pastor Gary Shultz of First Baptist Church will join Betsy Ouellette Zierden, Dr. Dan Leshem of FSU Hillel, and guest Latricia Scriven of New Life United Methodist Church



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