Learning to Love Enemies in Iraq—Jeremy Courtney At Q Commons

If we look at ISIS and its accompanying darkness and resolve to love anyway; show up in our own unique ways; and get out of the way by empowering those in need to remake their world, we will begin to understand what it means to wage peace and to love well in the true, active sense.

Words like "peace" and "love" are only meaningless if we choose to live meaninglessly.

Over the years, the good people at Q have encouraged us, invested in us, and shaped how we live and love in Iraq—join us next week and let them shape you!

Tune in live on September 24, 2015 as we consider how to advance good and wage peace in the cities where we live. Click here to join the online broadcast. Click here to find a Q event in your city. 

About Matthew Willingham

Matt Willingham is Preemptive Love's Senior Field Editor and writes primarily on politics, history, general updates and visual peacemaking through photography and film.


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Learning to Love Enemies in Iraq—Jeremy Courtney At Q Commons
Learning to Love Enemies in Iraq—Jeremy Courtney At Q Commons
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