It’s an angry world! Shouting matches on TV. Profanity and name-calling in the media. Rants and shaming on social media. Road rage in the streets. By contrast, Christ-followers are called to speak words that encourage and give grace to those who hear. How do we model Christ in our politicized, polarized, and outraged culture? Is it even possible to minister when you’re also angry? Especially when some of the angriest voices belong to Christians—with the resulting fallout of increased hostility towards the church (sometimes for good reason).
You don’t want to miss this one-day, virtual, interactive event hosted by The Hendricks Center. Ed Stetzer, Charlie Dates, Lynn Cohick, and other master communicators will bring real-world experience and practical wisdom for how Christian leaders can offer biblical truth and Christ’s love in ways that can be heard, even by those who totally disagree. They’ll also speak into what may be the biggest challenge of all: how to handle anger when attacked, ridiculed, misunderstood, or misrepresented.
November 9, 2020