Once upon a time, we had a wide world of socializing opportunities. But the COVID pandemic made many of our common social interactions dangerous, or legally impossible, shrinking our relational connections significantly. And some people enjoyed that change.
In this episode, Caesar discusses how introverts and extroverts are engaging discipleship and mission differently as social restrictions have started to loosen up.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- The true difference between introversion and extroversion.
- How spouses on opposite ends of this can better serve each other.
- How the culture has taught us to hide our self-love behind these distinctions.
- Practical ways to begin to re-engage in social life as restrictions lift.
From this episode:
“It’s important to understand there are times when all of us feel more introverted and need to be alone or seek a quiet place. I seem to remember Jesus doing this from time to time. There are also times when even the most introverted among us go to parties, function socially, and have a good time. Again, Jesus did this pretty often as well. We all possess elements of both introversion and extroversion.”
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