listen

listen

Listening at the Margins.

I love this article from Do Justice.

Our best service comes when we listen.

A number of CRC agencies have come together to listen to stories from people who are marginalized in various ways, whether because they are disabled, Native American, refugees, undocumented immigrants, survivors of domestic violence, etc.

Sign up here, to receive an email story each day in November that positions us to listen.

Once a week over at Amelia Rhodes online home, you can follow her Pray A-Z Community Prayer Guide series. She’s getting practical by offering stories and prayer for needs in our communities.

I’m excited to be in proximity and to kneel.

How do you truly listen? 

10 thoughts on “listen

  1. I don’t know how I listen. I truly don’t. Life’s pretty loud; I go from a searing level of pain to unconsciousness from shock a few times a day. Leaves me lightheaded.

    I have to trust God to reach me through all of this, because there’s no scope for quiet time. It just hurts too much. Easier to keep going until I drop.

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