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Scott Sauls Sep 17
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The next BIGThing Sep 17
Kibalama Takes Back His After Defaults on USD5Million ....... We will know them by their fruits
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Joanna Meyer Sep 17
Homegrown, prophetic, and passionate. Grateful for and his leadership
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Transformation Jax Sep 21
“Neighborly love that leaves us in our comfort zones is fraudulent; it’s counterfeit currency. Neighborly love always comes at a cost.” via ’s
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InterVarsity Press Sep 17
“Neighborly love will demand a conflict with self-interest. It will involve taking a stand against ideological orthodoxies in order to pursue Christian orthodoxy and Christian orthopraxy.” via ’s
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InterVarsity Press Sep 17
“We need to see that a faithful witness is more important than a compromise political win.” via ’s
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TJKandyGirl Sep 17
Two days before the next mass rally against the government is set to take place in Bangkok, Prayuth said “We shouldn’t do anything that could put Thailand back in lockdown mode again” !!!
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JessRHughes Sep 17
Takeaway from we all need more humility - when we realize those who disagree with us may be right and are also created in God’s image, we are better at loving our neighbors.
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InterVarsity Press Sep 18
It was a pleasure to virtually join our friends at for their last night. In case you missed it, take 50% off conference titles including 'Compassion (&) Conviction' at .
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Faith & Work Chicago Sep 17
Baby’s first @faithandworkchicago event. It’s never to early to learn how to love the Lord and serve our neighbor in our everyday work ☺️ 📸
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Alexandra Kuykendall Sep 17
"Christians should be known as quick to listen and slow to speak (as much of our world is quick to speak and slow to listen) as part of our witness."
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Denver Institute Sep 17
Thank you for joining us tonight, and thank you to and (Initiative on Faith & Public Life) for sponsoring tonight's .
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Blythe Scott Sep 17
So much goodness at tonight. All speakers are amazing. Thanks for emphasizing so clearly that loving our neighbors should be our priority in politics- not our own self interests. It SHOULD cost us.
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Blythe Scott Sep 17
Also, MORAL IMAGINATION. Church, we must think outside the boxes our divided culture tries 2 force us into. Show a new way to engage, a more nuanced way to think about politics, how to be involved. A better Way. It is unbiblical to agree w/ 1 party all the time.
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malissa mackey Sep 17
My personal favorite photo from the Politics of Neighborly Love webinar tonight.
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Joanna Meyer Sep 17
Why should Christians care about policy? "It's where the real change happens. It's a key factor in promoting human flourishing." Stephanie Summers,
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Alexandra Kuykendall Sep 17
"We need to understand that loving our neighbor is more important than always dictating the terms."
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Halloween Lawyer 🎃🦇🧛 Sep 17
Gotta say Stephanie Summers's combination of gentle earnestness and brick wall background is really taking me back to my Berkeley days. Also she's great, just putting that out there.
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NashFaithWork Sep 18
Replying to @NashFaithWork
If you attended last night’s event, what’s one thing you walked away with? We’d love to hear your thoughts!
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Denver Institute Sep 18
Thanks to all who attended our last night. We are so inspired by the number of people wanting to improve their conversations. Once again, we wanted to thank for their sponsorship.
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