In 2013, doctor Ayaz Virji left his East Coast hospital job to practice in rural Minnesota. But his decision was tested in the wake of Donald Trump’s election. Virji’s children faced anti-Muslim remarks at school, and some of his patients questioned whether he belonged in the community. Virji wanted out. But then a local pastor invited him to speak at her church and address misconceptions about what Muslims practice and believe. That invitation grew into a lecture series that changed hearts and minds across the state, while giving Virji a new vocation that he never expected.