1,500 Leaders Launch ‘Nevadans for the Common Good’

"The first-ever Las Vegas Valley Community Convention for the Common Good aimed to teach, to inspire and to harness the power of faith to better Southern Nevadans' quality of life.

The Tuesday evening event at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas student center ballroom drew more than 1,500 people - UNLV President Neal Smatresk noted that it was the "most full I have ever seen this room" - interested in organizing a broad-based, interdenominational effort to address social problems facing the valley...."

In Search of Common Ground, Las Vegas Review Journal

Though Religious Groups' Efforts Are Noble, Tackling Issues Won't Come Without Making Enemies, Las Vegas Sun

Faith Groups Get Together for Common Good, Las Vegas Review Journal

Interfaith Group Starts With a Bang, Now Looks to Keep Momentum, Las Vegas Sun

Faith Communities to Develop Plan to Aid the Needy, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Religious Leaders Come Together to Create Feel of Community in Southern Nevada, Las Vegas Sun

Faith in Change, Vegas Seven