“We are changed through our relationships and conversations, and not just through our relationships with those who are easy for us to love.”
About This Talk
How should we dialogue across our differences? Stacey Wieland outlines how constructive dialogue can help us understand and engage with people and opinions different from our own.
About The Speaker
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“Conversations especially in the face of conflict can be an important mechanism through which God works in us to make us whole.”
Further Resources and Sources
- Stacey Wieland’s Calvin College Profile
- Barge, J. K. (2017). Dialogic perspectives. In C. Scott & L. Lewis (General Eds.), J. Barker, J. Keyton, T. Kuhn, and P. Turner (Associate Eds.), The international encyclopedia of organizational communication (pp. 1-13). Chichester, U.K.: Wiley Blackwell.
- Bohm, D. (2013). On dialogue. London, UK: Routledge.
- Isbell, M. G., & Heath, R. G. (2017). Interorganizational collaboration: Complexity, ethics, and communication. Long Grove, IL: Waveland
- Mouw, R. J., (2010). Uncommon decency: Christian civility in an uncivil world, 2nd ed. Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press
- Strom, B. (2013). More than talk: A covenantal approach to everyday communication (4th ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt.
- The Colossian Forum (2018). Web Site.
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