Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
Can you hear me now? A ubiquitous phrase brought to national consciousness due to clever marketing. But do you ever say that to your spouse and wonder if they're really listening to what you have to say?
I discuss a definition of true listening and then describe various responses to listening, ending with James' admonition to be "quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to become angry".
Part 1 of 2
Ep. 70 | Speech Transformation, part 1
Ep. 69 | Part 1: Communication through Speech
Ep. 68 | part 2 of Communication by Listening
Ep. 66 | Biblical Foundations for Communication
Ep. 65 | God's Design for Submission in Marriage, Part 2
Ep. 64 | God Designed Submission in Marriage
Ep. 63 | What Hill Will You Die On?
Ep. 62 | Facing God's Discipline
Ep. 61 | Why I Won't Say "BLM"
Ep. 60 | Hope Does Not Disappoint
Ep. 59 | What is Social Justice?
Ep. 58 | I'm Gonna Get What I Deserve
Ep. 57 | Why Do I Still Sin?
Ep. 56 | Self-Reflection and the Coronavirus
Ep. 55 | Boasting in Tribulations, part 2
Ep. 54 | Boasting in Tribulations, Part 1
Ep. 53 | Favorite Easter Memories
Ep. 52 | Anger and the Coronavirus
Ep. 51 | God and the Coronavirus
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