Gospel Fluency Tunes Our Ear To Others’ Hearts
Everyone’s stories–the big life stories and the smaller stories that make up our lives and relationships–offer an immediate and powerful way to listen for opportunities to speak the good news of the gospel into a person’s life and circumstances.
In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar Kalinowski talks with Terry Miller, a missionary based in Spain, on the topic of Gospel Fluency and cultivating our capacity to hear and view others’ situations through a gospel lens by engaging in Gospel Listening.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- The ways that our Father and Jesus were really good listeners.
- How everyone’s stories are an opportunity for speaking Good News into their lives.
- How Terry’s family uses Gospel Listening naturally as they disciple people.
- Ways to start using this practice in your own life and relationships today.
From this episode:
“Listening is a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force. The friends who listen to us are the ones we move toward. When we are listened to, it creates us, makes us unfold and expand.” — Karl Menninger
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Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
Coaching with Caesar and Tina in missional living and growing in Gospel Fluency.
Free Discipleship and Missional Resources