In light of Holy Week and Easter, let’s talk about Jesus.
It’s been more than a decade since the popular “What Would Jesus Do” (WWJD) bracelets made their way onto the wrists of every youth group kid across America, but in an age of political division, the advancement of a secular society, and attacks on free speech, I think it’s time to revisit what this sentiment means and how we can apply it to our policy-based talking points.
Think: WWJD in a media interview? WWJD at town halls or political rallies? WWJD on social media??
Here are three lessons we can learn from the greatest communicator of all (sorry Ronald Reagan fans, but Jesus wins) and how it translates to current events.
Resist the Echo Chamber
Jesus didn’t speak to only one demographic. He spoke to men and women, young and old, rich and poor, believers and unbelievers. He was…
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