Given the level of divisiveness in today’s society, it will come as no surprise that people, including Christians, struggle in one-on-one and small group interactions to encounter people who hold differences that they find difficult or contentious (Braganza, 2020). Despite the many tools, models, and frameworks that exist that offer strategies for improving such difficult encounters, interactions are still fought with challenges, and the way forward seems unclear.
Join Redeemer University’s Dr. Morgan Braganza as she discusses the findings of her doctoral work exploring how to better encounter persons holding contentious differences. During this workshop, she will offer novel considerations, principles, and processes for improving encounters that will be relevant for Christians in church settings (e.g., pastors, church leaders) as well as in broader contexts.
Registration available for in-person and virtual attendance.
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