A stressed and divided people tends to live at the surface, responding to reality’s symptoms, not its nature. It’s understandable: we feel forced to move quickly, to act in the face of felt urgencies, to survive. But what if regenerative social change cannot happen without first attending to the seminal, to the seedbeds of life as we know it? What is required for us to dig deep and pay attention? Mark Labberton, the Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair Emeritus at Fuller Seminary, joins Anne Snyder.
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