Dr. Joel Hunter has been a spiritual advisor to a congregation and to a President of the United States. In this episode, he will help us understand our role as disciples and how we can be engaged or involved in politics. Plus, he’ll encourage us as disciples to focus on what simple ways we can help each and every day.
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Key insights from the episode:
Jesus wasn’t interested in winning arguments. – Dr. Joel Hunter
The best thing you can do politically is vote and be an example of a healing act. – Dr. Joel Hunter
Politically, it’s not whether you are right or wrong. It’s what kind of relationships you can build with people who disagree with you. – Dr. Joel Hunter
We are relapsing into political categorizations rather than personal relations. – Dr. Joel Hunter
We now define ourselves by what we are against. – Dr. Joel Hunter
Christians would care for those no one else would care for. – Dr. Joel Hunter
Sometimes we need to lose to let people see that there is something more important than being on top. – Dr. Joel Hunter
Dr. Joel Hunter’s Challenge: Make the world a better place by doing one thing this week.
Lead yourself (and your church) to find freedom in forgiveness.
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