Here's Tom inviting you to our next Forum. You really should be there whether you're Red State, Blue State, or in a state of denial, victory, or apathy. Come show the world that Americans are capable of thoughtful conversation, listening, and eating cup cakes with limited collateral damage.

Katelyn Beaty worked as Managing Editor of Christianity Today (the youngest ever) until 2016. She is a model culture-engager through her writings, appearances, and networks. Her recent book is A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World.

In her nine years at CT, she wrote on a plethora of topics which can be seen here. Lately, she's been seen sneaking around the halls of power in Washington DC discovering how Christians can make an impact for the common good of our country.

Ms. Beaty has also written for The New York Times, The Atlantic, and The Washington Post.

We're looking forward to hearing her recollections on last year's unusual election season. You know, the one we all want to forget.

Bring your questions and your party lapel pins, if you have to. Let's have a good old-fashioned, patriotic, and civil evening together.

Expect the best light fare and Square One coffee.

Plan to buy a book that Katelyn can sign for you at our reception in the Square Halo Gallery.