Everyone Has A Story…

Imagine that man walking the halls while proclaiming, “I exist! I exist!”

Isay claims that a microphone gives the journalist access to people and places where he or she would not normally be allowed.  How might the church share and show good news through the art of active listening and authentic storytelling?  Or what this TED Talk refers to as “bearing witness”.

Maybe hearing someone’s story reminds us that God is working… and we might just begin seeing people not for what they are but what they might become?

But then when do we speak?  When is “walking in love” not enough?  But, in the context of relationship (and high trust), we are able to share truth?  When do we point them to God’s Story (and the part that they play and are already playing)?


Everyone Has A Story…

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