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Having Hard Conversations: Politics with Sarah B. Anderson

Election Day is 3 weeks away. Whether you’re a person who typically likes talking political ideas, or you tend to shy away from these kinds of conversations, we can all agree this election cycle is proving to be tense. Likely you’ve already had some difficult conversations and you’re wondering how to move through the next few weeks (and beyond!)

Our guest Sarah B. Anderson knows what it is to talk politics. She grew up in a family where her parents worked for politicians and they attended White House events. Eventually her dad even ran for President! She gives us lots of tips on what it is to be a hope-bearer (a world changer for good right where you are) when political differences come up.

Should we avoid tense conversations? Do politics really matter in a kingdom worldview? What’s our responsibility as Christians? How should we stand apart from the chaos of the moment? How do we model good civic discourse to our kids? What does unity look like when we have differing takes? All questions we cover in 40 minutes. Don’t wait, press play on this timely and relevant interview.


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Here are a few things you heard mentioned on the show:

Sarah’s book: The Space Between Us: How Jesus Teaches Us to Live Together When Religion and Politics Pull Us Apart

The Social Dilemma

James Bible Study Book: Mercy Triumphs by Beth Moore

“But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.” -James 3:17

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