Learning to feel and manage anger in healthy ways is really important for everyone, especially leaders. Come hear the unique perspective and learnings of three pastors and leaders from the New York Faithwalking Circle and Churches Learning Change community, reflect on your own journey with anger, and discuss with other Faithwalkers.
In this episode, Faithwalking leader Mike DeRuyter from Midland, Michigan and a group of Faithwalkers reflect on the topic: Defining Self in a Polarized Context. This conversation was originally recorded in June of 2020.
In this episode Ken Shuman and a group of Faithwalkers talk about polarization and how we can be different in the midst of it. This conversation was originally recorded in April of 2020.
In this gathering, Sherri (New York FW Circle Co-Leader) and Mike Meyer-Veen share their experience and learning related to managing anxiety, some of its possible impacts, and healthier, less-reactive ways we can show up when facing circumstances like these.
In this episode you will meet Reneé Jelsma from Wisconsin and Greg Town from New York. They will join a group of Faithwalkers in a conversation about liminal space or that uncomfortable and uncertain space in which often transformation takes place.