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Greg Jao
Author: Your Mind's Mission & other books. Mission, race & leadership. And SFF. Sr. Assistant to the president of Tweets always personal
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Greg Jao May 13
So grateful for , and it’s commitment to protect all religious groups —Anglicans to Zoroastrians!
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BECKET May 10
Free exercise should be for people of ALL faiths, from Anglican to Zoroastrian.
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Greg Jao May 10
So grateful that created The Daniel Project 15 years ago to invest in the leadership development of women. Those investments are paying off now. The cabinet also created a program to develop potential successors 5-6 years before they envisioned retirement.
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Greg Jao May 9
Replying to @Mepaynl
Oh, Morgan! What a beautifully written tribute. I loved how they honored his memory and wishes by talking openly about his addiction. And about the beauty in his life. I hope those memories will leaven their grief as they celebrate his life.
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Greg Jao May 9
Replying to @justjazzyjess
Totally understand why they would ask for women. I have had many friends with endometriosis and the like. I just thought the “‘No’ for boys” was odd, especially since I don’t detect that the camp had trans students in mind.
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Greg Jao May 9
Filling out summer camp medical form for my daughter. Saw this as I worked through a yes/no section and wondered what circumstances required it: "Menstrual Difficulties ('no' for boys)"
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Greg Jao May 9
Reported
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Greg Jao May 9
This -- and the campus access experiences of -- should be provoking student affairs professionals in and to reflect on how best to hold in tension non-discrimination/inclusion and the emotional "safety" of students.
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Greg Jao May 8
Replying to @TylerWS
I was told (I can't remember who) that Lyft/Uber could lower rates during a strike to attract riding with a scab less costly (or to compensate for lower supply).
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Greg Jao May 7
I bought one for myself and one for my EVP of Advancement (who is Jewish and loves sf/f). My wife’s planning on taking it to Botswana in two weeks, so I need to read fast! (My copy is autographed and has the punch card!)
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Greg Jao May 7
How does my family roll? We have 15 minutes between dropping off eldest daughter to a band concert and it beginning. So we each brought a book. Youngest: Fellowship of the Ring. Me: The Calculating Stars. Wife: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.
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Greg Jao May 7
When we look back years from now to assess why so many young people, women, and people of color walked away from conservative churches and politics, it will be because of petitions like this. | Christians, Sign the Petition. Condemn . . . Me?
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Greg Jao May 7
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Greg Jao May 6
Replying to @drmoore
Congratulations! Hoping your vacation is both the first fruits and the foundation of many more years of joy, delight, sabbath rest, and marriage health!
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Greg Jao May 4
While I understand that the current political climate, I still believe that people of any, every, and no faith should have the maximal freedom of conscience in their actions.
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Greg Jao May 4
Ouch. Bread and circuses. It worked for Rome, right?
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Greg Jao May 3
I can't wait to read this book. As some who read a fair amount of Greek literature/philosophy and who reads a lot of New Testament, this sounds fascinating!
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Greg Jao May 1
Grateful for the work of in building respectful and honest relations between evangelicals and Muslims.
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Greg Jao Apr 30
As a young Christian, so many of the people I admired had Ron Sider's "Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger" (). Their commitment to a simple lifestyle for the sake of the Gospel shaped me deeply
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Greg Jao Apr 30
As a younger evangelical leader, I thank God for Ron Sider. He challenged evangelicals to love our neighbor and transformed our engagement on social issues. I doubt I (or many of my peers) would still embrace the movement if it were not for him.
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