By Tony Campolo, Mary Albert Darling, Arielle DeLisle, Kris Koscheski, Audible Studios
A hands-on source for all Christians who are looking to converse with extra ardour and gear.
Tony Campolo and Mary Albert Darling have teamed as much as discover the dynamic connection that happens whilst spirituality/spiritual practices are mixed with powerful verbal exchange practices. church buildings and different spiritual agencies rely on the facility in their leaders and individuals to speak (speak, educate, and hold forth) inside their congregations and past. this significant, useful consultant will demonstrate Campolo's preaching secrets and techniques and Darling's clever tips as a professor of communique.
- Includes interviews with fashionable Christian leaders and thinkers.
- Written via specialists relating to conversation and spirituality.
- Tony Campolo is certainly one of America's such a lot outstanding and cherished Christian communicators.
This is a key source written for any Christian who want to develop into a extra expert and spiritually mature communicator.
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Extra info for Connecting Like Jesus: Practices for Healing, Teaching, and Preaching
But how? We believe the answer lies in the verses just prior to 1 Peter 3:15, where Peter writes that we are to keep our tongues from evil and our lips from deceitful speech as we “seek peace and pursue it” (1 Peter 3:10–11). If we develop a habit of spiritually charged communication that results in Christlike qualities such as honest speech and the pursuing of peace, then being prepared takes on new meaning. It’s not that we will have scripted conversations to fire up at a moment’s notice, adapted specifically to a specific encounter.
Philo of Alexandria He restores my soul. —Psalm 23:3 in one of his parables, Jesus tells the story of a son who left home, spent all of his inheritance, and found himself homeless. Destitute and devastated, with no options left, he wondered if he should try to go back to his father’s house. Believing he didn’t deserve to live any longer as his father’s son, he decided he would ask his father if he could live as one of the hired hands instead. Here’s what happened next: When he was still a long way off his father saw him.
If we look at this verse in the context of soul healing, then preparation for our encounters with others is essential. The spiritual and communication practices we propose throughout the book can not only alert but also prepare us for soul-healing encounters. Sometimes, however, these practices may come across as too planned or even controlling, leaving little or no room for spontaneity. It is not our intention to script all conversations or kill spontaneity. If our purpose is to connect with others like Jesus, with intentionality fueled by the Holy s o u l hea lin g 31 Spirit, we can communicate with “planned spontaneity,” meaning that we can be prepared to give and receive God’s love in all our encounters, whether those encounters are expected or not.