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We probably have all heard of the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” You were probably taught this deep truth about morality at a young age. It’s foundational to most world religions and societies. Treat others how you would like to be...read more
It can be hard to give negative feedback effectively. I think part of the difficulty has to do with our discomfort with difficult feelings and emotions. We don’t like feeling uncomfortable, and we don’t like it when other people feel uncomfortable either. So, we try...read more
When you're giving a talk or presentation, it can be helpful to focus on one main point. What Do You Remember? Think back to the last few sermons or talks you listened to. Do you remember anything the speaker talked about? What was the main point or message? If you’re...read more
As much as possible, I try not to argue about religion or theology. It’s not that I don’t think it’s important. On the contrary, I think it’s critical to think about and question what we believe about deep and important matters such as whether God exists, what God is...read more