This week in Washington, D.C. hundreds of faith leaders, including a large number of evangelical Christians, gathered for a multifaith gathering called the Alliance of Virtue for the Common Good. The conference, which included remarks from the new U.S. Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, culminated in the affirmation of the Washington Declaration – a commitment to combat anti-Muslim bigotry here in the United States and violence against religious minorities around the world. The Rev. Micah Fries, a Baptist pastor from Tennessee who participated in the conference, will join host Rev. Welton Gaddy this week to what surprised him and how others, especially evangelical Christians, can build bridges to the Muslim community.