Every person on earth has something to offer the community at large. Being a dad has taught me a lot about what it means to be a human being and a follower of Jesus Christ. My own children teach me about things like grace, mercy and forgiveness each day. What if we would take the time to listen to others more intentionally? Imagine what it may be like in church or in other places as the next generation is involved at every level of the organization as a whole?
This video is a great conversation piece on how we can learn from the emerging generations.
Monday, December 6, 2010
How can we navigate through the uncertainty of conflict in relationships? Where do we start?
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